Limmy's Show!. Brian Limond. Copyright: The Comedy Unit
Limmy's Show!

Limmy's Show!

  • TV sketch show
  • BBC Two Scotland / BBC Three
  • 2009 - 2013
  • 20 episodes (3 series)

Internet sensation Limmy makes the jump to television in a sketch comedy series for BBC Scotland. Stars Brian Limond, Debbie Welsh, Tom Brogan, Raymond Mearns, Paul McCole and more.

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10 underrated British comedy series you need to see

We've gathered some underrated British comedy series that you need to see.

Simon Bland, Slashfilm, 13th January 2023

Limmy rages at Scottish Tories for using his jokes

The Scottish Tories have been scolded by Scottish comedian Limmy after using one of his most popular jokes to attack the Scottish Justice Secretary.

The National (Scotland), 17th March 2021

Scotland's 20 greatest TV shows of all-time

Featuring 1. Still Game; 2. Bob Servant; 3. Chewin' The Fat; 4. Rab C. Nesbitt; 5. Scotch And Wry; 6. Scot Squad; 7. Limmy's Show!; 8. Two Doors Down; 9. Absolutely; 10. Taggart.

Matthew Elder, The Scotsman, 27th July 2020

The funniest man in Scotland returns with a brilliantly lo-fi and inventive new series along the lines of his numerous Vines; just Limmy, a camera and his various neuroses. It screens on BBC2 Scotland on Thursday and will hit the iPlayer shortly afterwards.

The Guardian, 30th March 2018

Limmy working on new TV comedy format

Scottish comedian Limmy is working on a new TV comedy format he describes as "a sketch show but back to that authentic, homemade feeling".

British Comedy Guide, 5th May 2017

Limmy interview

Limmy's Show! had more ideas in one episode than most comedy series manage in a full run. Yet Brian Limond remains something of a best kept secret. Could his new book change that?

The Irish Times, 25th March 2017

Interview with Limmy

Limmy's Falconhoof sitcom was turned down and he has no plans for new Limmy's Show.

Tom Eames, Digital Spy, 9th June 2016

Can Limmy's Show! translate to an American audience?

The Glaswegian comic's show is now available on Netflix US, but will Americans be able to fathom him? We asked one to find out.

Matthew Cantor, The Guardian, 18th December 2015

Limmy: 'I used to be straightforward kinda mental'

Limmy talks to Paul Whitelaw about finding an outlet for his madness.

Paul Whitelaw, Chortle, 30th July 2015

Limmy interview: daft punk

In Scotland he's a national hero up there with Andy Murray, and now he's the name on everyone's lips in London. Here are six things you need to know about Limmy, the man behind the comedy book of the year.

Euan Ferguson, Time Out, 30th July 2015

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