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Comedy Night.
22-03-2006, 06:03 PM
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Comedy Night.

PJ Wrote:I also went to see Phil Kaye (Scottish comedian) in Glasgow's royal concert hall and that to was very funny.

He is HILARIOUS!! I have seen him a few times at the Edinburgh Festival. He used to host the Channel 4 show (through the Festival) So You Think You Are Funny. It was what it says on the tin, if you thought you were funny you got a 2 minute slot and then you got heckled to death!

I remember he done one show where he just phoned up people from the phone book and had really bizarre conversations with them.

We have the The Stand in Edinburgh too, I have been to it once but it was so smoky I had to leave but the smoking ban comes into force this Sunday, so I maybe able to go back!

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22-03-2006, 08:13 PM
Post: #12
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Bella Wrote:We have the The Stand in Edinburgh too,
The Stand - that's the one I go to in Glasgow. Didn't realise they were a chain.

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23-03-2006, 11:55 AM
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we had a great night in the Edinburgh Stand - copious amounts of beer and heckling - excellent. :thumbsup:

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23-03-2006, 12:56 PM
Post: #14
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Tigereye Wrote:Final line up isn't deffo yet, but Bill Bailey, Phil Jupitus, Rich Hall and a plethora of irish stand up [Dara O'Brian, Ardal O'Handlan etc] are regulars.

Can't wait!!! Hotels are expensive though.... they want €210.00 / night :ranting:

ooh I like Ardal O'...he is sooo different in stand up than he is on telly, even tho' I love fr dougal.Dara o' brian is not funny.Bah.
210 squids per night! Fekking hell.(u can stay with my sister..she will only charge you E 200! ) lol!

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23-03-2006, 05:17 PM
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You're on!! we're there for 3 nights so we'll save the price of a meal out! :laugh:

I wouldn't mind if it was Langtons or the Ormonde or somewhere, but the Kilford Arms?

tell your sis we're on da way!!

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23-03-2006, 07:37 PM
Post: #16
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I went to Jongleurs in Portsmouth a while back.

It cost £15 and I thought the comedians were mostly pretty poor actually. One bloke thought it would be funny if he swore all the time ... it wasn't ****ing funny at all!

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23-03-2006, 11:17 PM
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Tigereye Wrote:we had a great night in the Edinburgh Stand - copious amounts of beer and heckling - excellent. :thumbsup:

Shall we do it again....shall we? :devil: I do love a good heckling, I do!

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24-03-2006, 11:05 PM
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Bella Wrote:Shall we do it again....shall we? :devil: I do love a good heckling, I do!

I'll come to that one!

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14-11-2011, 09:23 AM
Post: #19
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I've been to the Comedy Store in London, years ago (Eddie Izzard was compere, very funny). Saw David Baddiel, who back then didn't impress me at all, but I've seen him since and he's improved.

Also went to the Laughter Lounge (?) in Dublin. Saw Rob Newman (Baddiel's ex partner) funnily enough and he was very funny. Very off the wall. That was more of a theatre environment, whereas the comedy store was sitting round tables near the stage. Much more intimate, imo.
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