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Giggles fae Glasge


Giggles fae Glasge

Bar Soba

104 Hanover St
Secret Soba: AUG 14-15, 18 at 12:15 (60 min) - Pay What You Can

Giggles fae Glasge

Giggles fae Glesga brings together six of the best up and coming female comedians from the funniest city in the world! We come from far and wide, cover four generations, and we all have our own unique take on life, womanhood, and this crazy, beautiful city we call home.

The show is headlined by gallus Glasgwegian Amanda Hursy, who seems to always find herself in embarrassing situations. But when life goes spectacularly sideways, all that is left to do is laugh! As featured on the BBC, Amanda has performed stand up comedy all over the country from local comedy clubs, arena tour support and even across the Scottish prison service. “One of the best rising stars in Scottish comedy” - The Daily Record. “Pretty much every punchline hits the mark, straight up no messing, oozing confidence” - The Stand

She is supported by Molly Buckingham and Kirsty Lynch who are recent regulars on the comedy scene.

Molly delivers "personal stories with political punch, peppered with punchlines" - Scott Agnew, she is "razor sharp, with great material and delivery" - Des McLean. and her performance is "confident, funny, with great crowd work" - The Stand.

Kirsty Lynch burst onto the comedy scene at The Stand in October 2022 and has made 2023 her year. She is a great storyteller and shares her hilarious tales of attempting, but often failing, to keep it together while being a woman, a mother and a wife. "Likeable and consistently funny" - The Stand

Newer to the scene Ana and Tiia originate from outside the UK, helping to bring fresh perspectives and comedic styles. Ana is a comedy sketch writer who has recently moved over to the stand up world and brings her hilarious characters with her. Tiia is a Finnish-born multidisciplinary artist, nowadays residing in Glasgow. Fresh on the comedy scene, Tiia will give a delightful insight to the weird and wonderful workings of a language loving mind and the difference between a Glaswegian and a Finnish hen.

And the whole thing is hosted by the incredible Yvonne Hughes:

Yvonne’s comedy stems from her unique life experiences as she gets older, mainly ageing and raging, with a few one-liners flung in for good measure. 2nd place at Beat the Frog - the audience were outraged! “Great frequent punchlines that keep the audience laughing.” The Stand

This group will get you thinking, keep you engaged, but most importantly keep you laughing from beginning to end.

This year we have two entry methods: Free & Unticketed or Pay What You Can
Free & Unticketed: Entry to a show is first-come, first served at the venue - just turn up and then donate to the show in the collection at the end.
Pay What You Can: For these shows you can book a ticket to guarantee entry and choose your price from the Fringe Box Office, up to 30 mins before a show. After that all remaining space is free at the venue on a first-come, first-served bases. Donations for walk-ins at the end of the show.