Gareth Waugh

Gareth Waugh is an up and coming Scottish comedian who has performed several times at the Edinburgh Festival and has several radio credits to his name including “Radio 4 Xtra Stands Up”; Radio Scotland’s “Glasgow Banter”; Radio 4’s “The Speakeasy” as well as several others.

“Soon to be a big name” – The Skinny

“This is proper stand-up; excellent callbacks, self-deprecating humour and a couple of brilliant shaggy-dog stories…definitely my highlight of the evening” – Broadway baby

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Stu Who?

Stu Who? – One of the most experienced stand-ups on the Scottish circuit, had the audience in hystercal laughter from th emoment he stepped onto the stage.

His observations on Scottish culture were shrewd, unnervingly accrate, and delivered with such impeccable comic timing that you never see them coming.

Stu Who? exploded on to the stage and the audience were reeling from the beginning to the end.

There is filth, yes, although it is good filth, but more than that it is a comedian with something to say. There is a depth to his comedy, something rarely seen on stage today.

Stu Who? has no time for middle class comedians who use th epoor of Scotland’s ciities as cannon fodder for their homour. What he points out is that the time has surely passed for endless Ned jokes. It’s time Rab C Nesbitt hung his vest up for good, and wandered back to the wine bar where he as born.

Stu Who? was a comedian at the very top of his game, searingly funny and provocative, and a joy to watch.

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Viv Gee

Viv Gee has been a comedian for the past 20 years
TV and radio includes Lorraine Kelly’s Make Me Happier STV and Stake Out, Hedz, River City, Revolver, The Key, Velvet Soup, Comedy Café and Velvet Cabaret all for BBC.

She has also compered T in the Park, The May Day Celebrations, The Longest Day and Glasgow’s Hogmanay in George Square.

“Simply a genius” Scotland on Sunday
“So sharp she could cut herself” Edinburgh Evening News
“F**king flawless” Henry Rollins

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Vladimir McTavish

“One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit” The Guardian

“Scotland’s top satirical stand-up” Morning Star

“Massive stage presence” Edinburgh Evening News

In 2014 Vladimir McTavish will make his third visit to the Adelaide Fringe, and the Singapore Comedy Festival before appearing again at the Edinburgh Fringe with Aye Right ? How No ?,: A ComedyCcountdown to the Referendum. a following the critical and box-office success last year of Look At The State Of Scotland. Vladimir McTavish also played at the 2008 Aspen Comedy Festival in Colorado and at the 2013 New York Comedy Festival. As seen on Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights on Channel 4 and BBC’s Live Floor Show . He recently appeared with Rory Bremner on Rory Goes To Holyrood on BBC2.

“Nothing short of superb”The Scotsman

““Masterful A delight” The Metro

“For his intelligence and showmanship, this is compulsory viewing” The List

“Nearly fell off my seat laughing” Gulf Weekly

“Harder-edged stand-out stand-up” Rip It Up (Adelaide)

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