Liam Withnail – True Defective, Websters Theatre, 23/03/2017
Liam Withnail – True Defective
A comedy show about drinking, and what happens when you stop.
Liam Withnail brings his critically acclaimed hour to the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. One of the Edinburgh Fringe big success stories, Withnail’s abstinence memoir charts his journey from menace to society – to total sobriety.
Praise for True Defective:
‘Slick, Fast Paced banter’ The Skinny
‘Fantastic writing… an important story, told with humour, humility and style.’ Scotsman
‘Comedy at its best, reflective and heartfelt without being in any way smug. With laughs at every turn, it is an awesome feel good show’ WOW247
AS SEEN/HEARD ON: BBC SCOTLAND, BBC RADIO 4, STV, HUFFINGTON POST, COSMOPOLITAN
Tickets sold as General Admission (you will not be allocated a specific seat in the auditorium).
Tickets £11.50 Adults/£9.50 Concessions (Ticket Price inc. ticket admin fee which will display at the checkout) (fee applicable to all tickets, including tickets bought in person or bought on the day)
Tickets are also available from other suppliers. If Cottiers’ allocation of tickets is sold out, it may still be possible to purchase from other ticket vendors. Please check online for more information.
Please note, our box office is only manned when there is a performance in the venue. For Box Office Collection, please wait until the day of performance.
Don’t forget Websters Bistro is now open for lunch, pre-theatre and a la carte meals
416 Great Western Road
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