Saturday 20th April, show starts 7.30pm
The Garage, Sauchiehall Street
To buy tickets click here.
Their riotous, satirical hit single HORSE OUTSIDE became a global 10m hit YouTube sensation with follow ups SPASTIC HAWK, BLACKMAN showing that these boys were no one trick ponies.
With sold-out shows from New York to Newcastle and a Chortle award under their belts, now these urban ‘Hip-Hop’ plastic-bag-heads from Limerick make their Glasgow International Comedy Festival debut with their hilarious comedy rave!
'The Daily Mail’s nightmare of a feral underclass' Guardian
'Just the right side of disturbing' Mail on Sunday
'Subversive genius' Scotsman
To win a pair of tickets to the show answer the following question:
Which venue are the Rubberbandits performing at?
Email your answer to email@example.com
Competition closes on Thursday 18 April at midnight, winners will be notified by email on Friday 19 April.
11.04.13 Win a Pair of Tickets to see the Rubberbandits! Saturday 20 April at The Garage!
05.04.13 That's All Folks - See You Next Year & Homecoming Scotland 2014
That's All Folks - See You Next Year!
We'd like to offer a massive thank you to everyone who supported and contributed to the 2013 Glasgow International Comedy Festival. It was a bumper year of 411 shows over 18 days, taking place in 46 venues across the city, we’re still totting up the final figures but it looks set to be another record breaking year!
To help make next year's festival even better, we would love to know your feedback on any events you attended this year. If you complete our short survey (it'll only take a wee minute, honest!), you could win a pair of tickets to the headline act of your choice at next year's festival. Wow! To enter, click here.
The provisional dates for the 2014 festival are 13 - 30 March, pop the date in your diary. The shows will be announced throughout 2013 with the full programme released in January 2014.
26.03.13 Sanderson Jones, Louis Pearl, Joking Apart, Clyde 1, Exclusive Offers For E-Shot Subcribers!
Sanderson Jones - Comedy Sale
Sanderson Jones: Comedy Sale, 26/30 March, Blackfriars Basement, 8.30pm/7.30pm
Sanderson takes the unique approach of selling all the tickets to his show face to face! His show entitled 'Comedy Sale' contains: Venn diagrams, social media and Chat Roulette. It's 'digital comedy' (a genre he invented myself).
ComedySale.Com had a sell out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, was nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award and for a Chortle Award for Innovation. Sanderson also recently completed a had a hand sold tour of Australia where he played the Sydney Opera House.
'The human body is not designed for this amount of laughter', 5 stars, Skinny.
'Genius', 5 stars, Scotsman.
For tickets to this show, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet @sandersonjones.
For further information about Sanderson's show see here
20.03.13 Sunday Assembly - Calling The Congregation, Gary Little - Fourth Show Announced, BBC Scotland Presents, Two For One Ticket Offers!
Sunday Assembly - Calling the Congregation!
The Sunday Assembly, 31st March, Blackfriars Basement, 1pm.
The Sunday Assembly (the godless congregation labeled ‘Brtain’s first atheist church’) is delighted to announce Sunday Assembly Glasgow, the first Assembly outside London, will be taking place on Easter Sunday.
The Sunday Assembly is part-atheist church, part-foot stomping show, and 100% celebration of life. The theme of Sunday Assembly Glasgow is Easter for Atheists, the speaker is the phenomenal Susan Calman (BBC Scotland, Radio 4). As well as the talk there will be super songs, great readings and, everyone’s favourite, tea and cake at the end.
The service in Glasgow will be led by Sanderson Jones, co-founder of The Sunday Assembly with Pippa Evans. Sanderson wanted people to know: “Anyone across Scotland who wants to start a permanent Assembly should come. It would be great to meet the folk who want to build something wonderful in their own communities”.
This is a free event but a collection plate will be passed around during the service. For more information see here.