The Drouthy Cobbler's monthly comedy club returns with another great line up of Scotland's best stand up comics.
June line-up includes club favourite MC Jojo Sutherland. This charismatic comic performs in comedy clubs worldwide where she is in as much demand for her compere abilities as she is for her comedy routine. Her natural stage presence alongside her "healthy neglect" attitude to life proves extremely popular amongst many and varied audiences.
“A performer the audience could have watched all night” - The Herald
“Outclassed her colleagues.” - Evening News
“Deliciously cruel…The best antidote to mewling rugrats” - The Herald
“A very funny lady well versed in the art of comedy” - one4review
Richard Pulsford from Burntisland in Fife will open the show - a master of one-liners, Richard is most often likened to Milton Jones, Tim Vine or Stewart Francis. Richard is currently touring his show 'Phrases Ready' around the UK.
Middle acts are Max Casey and Declan McGuigan.
A stand-up comedian and satirist with twenty years’ worth of Edinburgh Fringe performances to his name, our June headline act is Vladimir McTavish is a much-loved staple of the Scottish comedy scene, while his international appearances include the Adelaide Fringe, a sell-out run at the Dunedin Fringe in New Zealand, a nomination for the comedy award at Fringe World in Perth, the Singapore Comedy Festival, the New York Comedy Festival and the Aspen Comedy Festival in Colorado USA.
"One of the finest acts on the Scottish Comedy Circuit" - The Guardian
*** It is important to note that we have no idea what the content of individual comedian's sets will be - and this comedy is not watered down for TV! While stand up comedy is often hilarious, some people may find some material offensive. These nights are not for the faint-hearted and please note that we will not refund tickets if you don't like the acts! ***
We serve good food, locally sourced and freshly prepared along with a wide selection of fantastic local beers, spirits and excellent wines. Please do visit us for a meal or a drink before a performance and be sure to leave plenty of time.
Performances start promptly at the advertised time and, depending on the nature of the event, latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. Doors to the venue will usually open half an hour before the performance.
Please note that due to conditions of our license entry to this event is limited to people eighteen years of age and older.