Regular comedy nights return to Drygate from Thursday August 2nd.
Join us for the inaugural Brew Ha Ha night in Drygate's Beer Hall. With a line up that includes some of the Scottish comedy scene's finest talent accompanied by Drygate's award winning craft brews it is sure to be a cracker.
Doors 7pm / Start 8pm
Hosted by Calum + Jim (of TCB Byres Road)
August 2nd Line Up:
Derek McLuckie is a performance fartist from Paisley. He did not win the Scottish comedian of the year award, however, he win the deepest throat in a Paisley bog award in 1987 and was runner up to Rita Oral for the same in 1999. Since then he has explored bhuddist spunkery and has discovered a strong performance spurt which he excoriates regularly in London clubs like Duckie. He wrote the play ‘Elysian fields’ which was panned by every weak witted critic in Johnstone, had a complete breakdown and never really recovered. While recovering in St. Lucia (with boozum buddy Amy Winehouse) he wrote the skit show apocalypse cow – but it was considered too moo - ish for general anaesthetic.
Essex born Amy Matthews blends observational routines with offbeat whimsy, resigning to the absurdity of modern life. "Incredible wit and writing, a punch-the-air essential new voice in stand up" - Monkey Barrel Comedy.
“Hilarious as he is quick, Ross is fast becoming one of best new acts on the circuit” - Laldy Comedy
Since moving from Australia to Glasgow at the end of 2016 Oliver Coleman has become a regular on the Scottish comedy scene. He has performed shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Perth Fringe World and Glasgow International Comedy Festival. He was a finalist in the Hilarity Bites New Act of the year in 2017.
Natalie Sweeney has been described as Ayrshire’s answer to satire. She performs stand up regularly in central Scotland including at the Edinburgh Fringe and GICF as part of the Funny Lassies and also plays Big Bev in Comedy duo The Scrubbers.
Scottish comic Marc Jennings "astute observer who's accomplished at channelling his frustrations into a wider social critique" (Chortle) provides a caustic look at the world from his perspective as a working class Glaswegian with an intellectual bent. Marc has been a panelist on BBC Radio Scotland's Breaking the News, was hand-picked for 2017's BBC New Comedy Award and is a two-time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist.
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