Sat 23 Sep (19:30)
Have a great Saturday night out with our Lanternhouse Laughs, in association with Gilded Balloon, one of Scotland’s leading and best-loved comedy production companies!
Connor Burns (Compère)
Connor Burns is one of the most exciting emerging acts on the Scottish comedy circuit in recent years.
His meteoric rise through the comedy ranks since his first-ever open spot in October of 2017 has already seen him nominated for the Scottish Comedy Awards Best Newcomer gong in both 2019 and 2020 as well as being a finalist in the 2020 Amused Moose new act competition, just before the global pandemic closed down live performance.
Rae Brogan is a new act based in Glasgow. Hailing from London, she has had to rely on her incisive humour and dynamic delivery to distract the Scots from her unfortunate accent. So You Think You’re Funny? 2021 Runner up.
Jade Kelly is an up-and-coming comedian from Paisley. Her comedy is a mix of storytelling, shameless confessions, and bizarre observations of the everyday battles we all face as human beings… sometimes with a silly character thrown in for good measure.
Christopher MacArthur Boyd
Fast becoming a Fringe festival favourite, Christopher’s debut hour Home Sweet Home was officially the best-reviewed of any Scottish stand-up at the Edinburgh Fringe. He has followed this up by winning Best Breakthrough Act at the 2019 Scottish Comedy Awards and being listed the 59th funniest person in Scottish history, on a list of 60. Christopher co-stars in BBC Scotland’s Up For It. Other TV credits include hosting BBC Scotland’s The Comedy Underground. Christopher has also made appearances on BBC Scotland’s Breaking The News, BBC Radio 4 Extra’s Stands Up At The Fringe. and BBC Radio 4’s Fred at The Stand, and Evil Genius with Russell Kane.
A debut hour that seems endlessly enjoyableThe Skinny
This diminutive Glasgow comedian has the ability to not only find the funny, but to exploit it to the maxOne4Review
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