Festival Guide 2024
Glasgow is the place to be in March. Welcome to the funniest city in the world.
WHEN IS THE FESTIVAL?
Wednesday 13th March until Sunday 31st March 2024.
WHAT IS ON?
You can check out the full festival programme here.
Want to see by A-Z? Go here.
WHERE IS THE FESTIVAL?
We have shows at over 50 different venues across Glasgow. You can view all the venues here.
HOW TO PICK WHAT TO SEE?
You can use the filters on our 2024 programme listings page or you can check out some of the handy guides we will be putting together below.
HOW TO BUY TICKETS?
All tickets are available via our website. Find your show and follow the links. Be quick though, a number of shows have already sold out.
TRAVELLING IN GLASGOW
Our good friends at First Bus are providing free travel to all GICF ticket holders.
With services all across the city, simply plan your journey on the First Bus app and let bus get you there.
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WHERE TO STAY?
If you are needing a hotel for the night, we highly recommend any of the following excellent hotels:
WHERE TO EAT?
We highly recommend any of the following restaurants and bars. And what is more, we have some special offers available. To get the offer, email email@example.com with your number of guests, date and time required. A minimum of 72 hours in advance is required.
The Duke’s Umbrella on Argyle Street – 30% off food
Glaschu in Royal Exchange Square – 30% off food
Gost on Bothwell Street – 30% off food
Blackfriars of Bell Street in the Merchant City – 2-for-1 pizzas
August House on Mitchell Street – 2-for-1 burgers
Nonna Said in the Merchant City – 2-for-1 pizzas
WERE THERE ANY LATE-NIGHT SHOWS TO KEEP THE NIGHT GOING?
The Flying Duck will be the place to be late night on Fridays and Saturdays during the festival. It is our late-night act bar that is also open to everyone.