Comedian Justin Moorhouse will be in Glasgow and Edinburgh this weekend for no-frills big-hearted stand-up comedy gigs.
Audiences of Gilded Balloon Comedy at Drygate (Friday 6 March) and Gilded Balloon Comedy at The Studio (Saturday 7 March) will be treated to a stand-up romp from one of the brightest stars on the British comedy circuit.
Justin will headline both comedy clubs delivering his compelling and greatly entertaining rants and observational musings about everyday life.
Moorhouse is a vegetarian comedian, actor, writer and radio presenter whose TV credits include ‘Young Kenny’ in Peter Kay’s hugely successful, award-winning ‘Phoenix Phoenix Nights; Max and Paddy’s Road To No-Where, Shameless, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Live At The Apollo.
He will be joined by Irishman Michael Redmond, most famous for his character Father Stone of C4’s classic comedy Father Ted.
Also on the bill at both clubs will be Glaswegian comic Scott Gibson who burst onto the comedy scene in 2010 and was described by Capital FM Breakfast Host, Des Clarke, as ‘The Best Act to emerge from Scotland in Years’.
Keeping the boys in check and making sure everyone has a great time at both ends of the M8 will be compere for the weekend, Lancashire comedian Katie Mulgrew.