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Stand Comedy Club starts redundancy process

Frankie Boyle, Kevin Bridges, Limmy and Fern Brady are among the comics leading calls for a Scottish Government bail-out of The Stand Comedy Club - as it emerged that the "vast majority" of staff are to be made redundant unless it is thrown a lifeline.

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 23rd August 2020

Scottish Comedy Awards 2020 nominations

Janey Godley, Jim Smith and Larry Dean are amongst the nominees for the Scottish Comedy Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 9th June 2020

Preview: Underbelly's Big Brain Tumour Benefit 2019

Underbelly has announced the line up for its third annual Big Brain Tumour Benefit in its biggest venue at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, McEwan Hall.

Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter, 29th June 2019

Scotland's funniest 60 people

As the Glasgow International Comedy Festival prepares to launch with a gaggle of giggles later this month, we count down Scotland's funniest 60 people.

The Herald, 3rd March 2019

Review: Comedy Garden, Bristol

Does a festival truly exist without mud? Another rainy evening in June, another chance to traipse through the boggy grounds of Queen Square in search of laughs at the Comedy Garden. Featuring Milton Jones, Richard Herring, Shappi Khorsandi and Danny Bhoy.

Serena Cherry, Bristol 24/7, 2nd July 2016

Review: Danny Bhoy

This is not his best show - that honour may belong to 2012's Dear Epson, a series of gripes penned to various companies and read aloud on stage - but there's still plenty to chuckle at as Bhoy takes aim at Australia's rate of leadership change, the Scottish referendum, and even Princess Diana (still too soon, he concurs).

Annabel Ross, Sydney Morning Herald, 6th April 2016

Comedy review: Danny Bhoy

On the anniversary of one of their worst days, Danny Bhoy wanted to make Cantabrians at his show smile.

Marc Greenhall, Stuff.co.nz, 22nd February 2016

A nice-seeming sort of bloke, does work for charity - John Bishop epitomises the Live at the Apollo school of comedian and Christmas TV favourite. Yet, while his act - observational material about family life, male archetypes and so on - is pretty cosy stuff, there's a bite to his delivery that could cause a certain amount of discomfort on the sofa. This third variety/comedy festive show features comic support from Sarah Millican and Danny Bhoy, comic songs from Andy Askins - and a duet between Bishop and Kylie Minogue.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 21st December 2015