The All Star Euros Sketch Show. Ford Kiernan. Credit: The Comedy Unit
The All Star Euros Sketch Show

The All Star Euros Sketch Show

  • TV sketch show
  • BBC Scotland
  • 2024
  • 1 episode

Sketch show special celebrating the Scottish national football team's participation in the 2024 Euros. Stars Jonathan Watson, Graeme Stevely, Jack Docherty, Robert Florence, Iain Connell and more.

The All Star Euros Sketch Show. Jack Docherty. Credit: The Comedy Unit

Key details

Genre
Sketch Show
Broadcast
2024
Channel
BBC Scotland
Episodes
1
Stars
Jonathan Watson, Graeme Stevely, Jack Docherty, Robert Florence, Iain Connell, Shauna MacDonald, Sharon Young, Louise McCarthy and more
Director
Iain Davidson
Company

The All Star Euros Sketch Show brings together a dream team selection of Scottish comedy mixing established audience favourites alongside brand new characters. As kick-off approaches, the sketches harness the hype ahead of the Euros, celebrating qualification and teeing up the ties in Germany.

The starting line-up includes Jonathan Watson transforming into iconic football favourites old and new including Sir Alex Ferguson, Stevie Clarke, Frank McAvennie, Jim White and Kenny Dalglish; new signing Graeme 'Grado' Stevely debuts as Ally McCoist amongst others.

The one-off sketch show also sees The Chief (Jack Docherty) planning his ambassadorial trip to Deutschland. Plus extra Euros action featuring key Scot Squad regulars. There's also a Euros inspired scene from The Scotts (Rab Florence, Iain Connell, Shauna McDonald, Sharon Young, Louise McCarthy, Lee Greig and Jamie MacDonald).

Almost Angelic step back up to the mic and keyboard after a 20 year hiatus with Karen Dunbar and Tom Urie reprising their singing partnership belting out a hilarious selection of soccer-inspired songs.

Other highlights include Greg Hemphill who writes and performs brand new sketch material; while Ford Kiernan showcases a character new to TV in a brand new sketch.

Catch-up

Additional details

Picture
Colour

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Sunday 9th June 2024 at 9:30pm on BBC Scotland
Episode length
30 minutes

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