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Fred MacAulay: The First 25 Years

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Fred MacAulay celebrates 25 years of Stand-Up with an hour of his greatest hits. Part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

A mixture of contemporary routines with earlier classic material such as “I think I might be losing my hair! He’s overtaken Billy Connolly and Craig Ferguson as the Scottish Comedian who has lived in Scotland the longest.

“Rib-achingly funny, one of the funniest men alive”
Sunday Times

With his popular breakfast radio show and a string of TV credits, Fred MacAulay is undoubtedly one of the most famous faces of Scottish comedy today. His on screen reputation and on air witticisms are the product of years of experience on the live circuit, including a stint as the first ever-Scottish compere at the Comedy Store in London.

 

Glasgow International Comedy Festival

Main Theatre

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Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome
Induction Loop

Recommended for 16+
(strong language)

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Also at the Citizens Theatre for the Comedy Festival:
BBC Scotland Comedy Showcase
Richard Herring
Chris Addison
John Shuttleworth
Phill Jupitus

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