Lanternhouse Laughs: Raymond Merns, Rosco McLelland

Sat 4 Nov (19:30)

Studio Theatre
Stand-up Comedy

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!

Lineup:

Raymond Mearns (Compère)
Raymond Mearns is perhaps best known for his appearances in Limmy’s Show and as an Actor in the movies “Ae Fond Kiss” and “It’s a Free World” both directed by legendary British film director Ken Loach. Raymond started doing stand-up comedy in 1994 and has performed regularly all across the UK and internationally where he is noted for his ability to deliver sharp observational material combined with lightning-quick improvisation.

Kathleen Hughes
Kathleen Hughes is a Glaswegian comedian who began performing stand-up in January 2020, globally considered the worst possible time to become a comedian. Her writing has been featured on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking the News and BBC Radio 4’s Newsjack. So You Think You’re Funny? 2021 finalist.

Fearghas Kelly
Fearghas Kelly is an up-and-coming stand-up, unintentional John Lennon lookalike and disappointment from Glasgow. Praised by his favourite comedy club for his well-written material, confident delivery and audience rapport, nothing that comes out of his mouth is independently verifiable. Except that last bit which he insists he can prove.

Rosco McLelland (Headliner)
Scottish Comedian of the Year Rosco McClelland is riding the Scottish comedy revival, hotly tipped as one of its brightest stars, with bags of potential and professional accolades to prove he is one to watch. Twice nominated Best Newcomer at Scottish Comedy Awards, and winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year in 2016, Rosco’s gravelly and animated onstage presence has impressed judges and audiences alike. He commands continuous laughter from his audiences, and his naturally humorous delivery and surreal observations make a remarkable performance.

Dates

  • 04Nov

      Sat 19:30pm
      Studio Theatre

      Tickets £10.00-12.00.

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