“Among the defeats are many victories, and each one is precious.” | Chris Tavner reflects on the political passion of his youth for Shit Socialist

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Glasgow Comedy Festival, Shit Socialist. It’s a personal show looking back at my life as a political activist, starting with my involvement with the Anti-Nazi League when I was at university. I look back at the various challenges I have faced, and the many failures encountered. … Continue reading “Among the defeats are many victories, and each one is precious.” | Chris Tavner reflects on the political passion of his youth for Shit Socialist

“I just want to tell this ridiculous true life story.” | Taryam Boyd talks connecting with his Arab family after a lifetime in Scotland for 1001 Arabian Neds

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Glasgow Comedy Festival. The show is on March 21st. It’s at a venue called Mango on Sauchiehall Street, which means post show there will be a big night out and it’s gonna be lovely. It is called 1001 Arabian Neds and it is based on the … Continue reading “I just want to tell this ridiculous true life story.” | Taryam Boyd talks connecting with his Arab family after a lifetime in Scotland for 1001 Arabian Neds

“It’s not just another comedy show about how shit Tinder is.” | Sinéad Walsh and Ailish McCarthy talk taking on the dating world together in WingWoman

Tell us about the show you’re bringing to the Glasgow Comedy Festival, WingWoman. Sinéad: WingWoman is quite simply a homage to the trials and tribulations every human goes through when it comes to dating, feelings, crushes and everything in between. It is told from two different perspectives; the heterosexual point of view and the queer … Continue reading “It’s not just another comedy show about how shit Tinder is.” | Sinéad Walsh and Ailish McCarthy talk taking on the dating world together in WingWoman