Cottiers Theatre – The Last Laugh, 24 March, 2016
24 Mar 2016 – 7:30 pm
Tickets £13.50 adult/£11.50 Concession (inc. booking fee).
Jay McAllister The Last LaughWhy should you never date a comedian? This hit Fringe 2015 show mixes stand-up, theatre and storytelling in a tale about two people discovering whether being funny is as important as being happy.
Not recommended for under 16s due to strong language
‘Stand-up tragedy with deceptive intelligence… McAllister’s script twists elegantly’ – The List
‘The script is witty and clever. Happiness and humour clash in thought- provoking ways – and the show, for a piece that fuses genres in the way that it does, is remarkably well-structured as theatre.’ – BroadwayBaby
Written by Keir McAllister Winner of Best Comedy Writer – Scottish Comedy Awards 2015
This is a seated event. Tickets are sold as General Allocation (you will not be assigned a specific seat).
There will be a 15 minute Q&A after the performance.
This performance does not have an interval.
Tickets are also available from other suppliers. Please search online for more details if desired.
Cottiers, 93-95 Hyndland St, Glasgow G11 5PU
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