The Glasgow International Comedy Festival is an annual celebration of the greatest local and International comedy talent, and takes place in March. The Comedy Festival takes place in a number of popular venues around Glasgow's City Centre and West End, including the Stand Comedy Club, The King's Theatre and the Theatre Royal.
Comedians that have performed at the Comedy Festival in previous years include local acts such as Phil Kay, Karen Dunbar and Elaine C Smith, as well as established stars such as Jerry Sadowitz, Ronnie Corbett, Paul Merton and Jimmy Carr. Comedy Theatre is also featured, ranging from Shakespeare to more modern offerings such as The Vagina Monologues and Jerry Springer: The Opera. More information about Glasgow's International Comedy Festival can be found on the Festival website:
Close to SECC
A comfortable night at a good price within walking distance of the SECC. Lovely scrambled egg made to order