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After recently taking time out from comedy, including a short spell studying Spanish in Madrid, the Clydebank comedian Kevin Bridges is back touring and in Aberdeen with four sell-out shows.
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World-renowned author and actor Ben Elton has been named the headliner of the fourth annual Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
Ben Elton to perform at Aberdeen’s Music Hall – as he announces his first UK stand-up tour in 15 years
Ben Elton has announced his first UK stand-up tour in 15 years - kicking off the 2019 Aberdeen Comedy Festival as part of the 53-date run.
Two of the biggest names on the UK comedy circuit will make their Aberdeen Comedy Festival debuts when the event returns next year.
Blind comedian Neil Skene on why mud, sweat and tears of joy sum up his last few weeks.
Funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.
Popular funnyman Russell Howard has been named as the first comedian to perform at the new Aberdeen exhibition centre.
Michelle Henderson saw Jason Manford's Muddle Class show at Eden Court in Inverness.
Elgin Town Hall’s resurrection will continue next month as it plays host to its first major fundraising event, aptly titled Back from the Brink.
Aberdeen-based band The Bloody Marys will perform a Christmas show at The Lemon Tree this December.
New research has revealed that dads in Scotland are the "least funny" of all fathers in the UK.
BAFTA-winning comedian, Michael McIntyre, had the Granite City in giggles last night performing to a packed out AECC.
A new set of eight stamps is being issued to mark the 50th anniversary of TV comedy classic Dad’s Army.
Comedian Harry Hill is to embark on his first tour in five years.
Susan Welsh saw: Fred MacAulay’s 30 Years On Show at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court, Inverness
In the same year President Reagan made a controversial visit to Britain, popular soap Crossroads aired for the last time and the first Red Nose Day took place, in the MacAulay household, big changes were also being made.
Kevin Hart proved his comedy skills in an adorable video with his baby son.
TV channel Dave has announced comedies Zapped and Porters will return to our screens.
Comedian Sir Lenny Henry says he became emotional confronting the issue of slavery in a new documentary.
Former broadcaster and comedian Jim Bowen, best known for hosting television darts-based game show Bullseye, has died aged 80.
Susan Welsh saw Rich Hall at Eden Court, Inverness
Lesley Manville has said she feels there has been a “shift” and that the TV and film industry is improving for older actresses.
Kevin Bridges has caused a stir on social media after confirming Aberdeen tour dates for later this year.
Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges delighted north-east fans when he announced he will be heading to the Granite City later this year.
Given the regularity with which Friends reruns have been on TV since the show broadcast its last episode in 2004, it’s hard to imagine there’s anyone out there who has never seen it.
Stand-up star Michael McIntyre has announced he will be returning to the AECC next summer.
Keep January light-hearted with an evening of comedy.
Going to see a comedian or comedienne live can be something of a double-edged sword. You know you’ll be entertained and have a laugh, but there’s always the nagging fear that you might be the one in the audience that catches their eye, and becomes the comedy target for the night.