Jimmy Carr, Al Murray and Harry Hill headline Glasgow Comedy Festival 2013
Tim Clark16 January 2013
Jimmy Carr, Harry Hill, Al Murray, Andy Parsons and Sean Lock are heading to the Glasgow Comedy Festival 2013.
The annual festival, which this year takes place from 14 - 31 March, has grown to become on of the biggest comedy festivals in Europe, with over 100,000 tickets available for over 400 shows in and around the city.
The bill for 2013 includes some of Scotland’s finest comedians such as Dorothy Paul, Daniel Sloss, Jerry Sadowitz, Susan Calman, Fred MacAulay, Des Clarke, Janey Godley and Raymond Mearns.
Joining the finest tartan stand-up are Mark Thomas, Richard Herring Chris Addison, Phill Jupitus and the Rubberbandits.
Among the more unusual attractions at this year’s festival, Billy Kirkwood is performing in a tattoo parlour, while St Enoch subway station is also set for some underground comedy.
Sanderson Jones is handing out the tickets personally with his ‘Comedy Sale’ show, while a special event International Whisky Day sees whisky fans take in 100 different whiskies in 24 hours - all in the name of charity.
For more info on the Glasgow Comedy Festival visit the website here.