Chris Weir is an Edinburgh based stand-up and comedy writer. He performs regularly in Edinburgh and Glasgow, sporadically in other cities, and never in Gloucestershire. You know what you did, Gloucestershire. In 2019, Chris made it to both the Semi-Final of So You Think You’re Funny, and the Final of Scottish Comedian of the Year. Will dance for food.
Deadpan yet cheeky, bisexual yet not greedy. A comedian that is like a hovis best of both.
Eliott Simpson, the eccentric asexual expat is a critically acclaimed comic. He’s the promoter and host of “The Diversity Quota” comedy night, has written for BBC Radio's "New Comedy Show", had a 2019 sell-out solo show and has been reviewed as “absurd and accessible” (Norwich Radical), “instantly likeable” (ArtsYork) and “”offbeat, wacky and unpredictable” (The Wee Review)! With surreal one-liners, witty wordplay and humorous explorations of sexuality, he's one of the most peculiar and unique acts on the circuit!
Best Joke (Edinburgh Revue Standup Championships 2018)
So You Think You’re Funny? 2019 semi-finalist, tour support for Alison Spittle and Fern Brady, and as seen on the 2019 Vodafone Comedy Festival in Dublin.
I got into stand up because I couldn't afford therapy. Now I just share my problems on stage while people laugh. It's much healthier and cheaper
Yorkshires own lady boy. Heaton in Bloom small Garden award (:
More Jo Brand than J-Lo
Geordie funny lass, proud in many ways but not sure why.
Lou is an out and proud lesbian, sharing personal tales of her queer dating disasters, coming out to her wee catholic granny and her Mum being far too "woke" for her own good. She is new to the Glasgow comedy scene, but loves having a laugh with the crowd. You can catch her at the local queer night Diversity Quota or the regular Glasgow open mic nights.
A load of old Tosh
A 47 year old wannabe musclemary (failed).