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Comedy at the Corn Exchange

Join us for the next Biggar Laughs Comedy Club at the Corn Exchange. Hosted by the
award winning comedian, TikTok star, longest running panellist on BBC Scotland’s
“Breaking the News” and all round lovable local lad, STUART MITCHELL, this ‘Work of
genius’ (Daily Record ★★★★★) leads the way to another night of Biggar Laughs.
Headlining this time is ‘charismatic raconteur’ (★★★★ – The Wee Review, Edinburgh
Fringe) GEORGE ZACH. George is a Greek comedian who came to Newcastle to study
and stayed for the hospitality of the people and in order to avoid National Service. He did
his first comedy spot in 2009 in a room above a pub on St Patrick’s Day and since then
he has gone on to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Melbourne International
Comedy Festival and as tour support for Jim Jefferies (Comedy Central, Netflix). You may
also have seen George on Sky, BBC and ITV… and now in the bright lights of Biggar.
“Truly Terrific.”
– Melbourne Herald

A superb special Scottish guest still be be announced will also be joining us, and
completing our line up is the unflinchingly honest GARY LITTLE. With colourful life
experience and a fearless attitude Gary is yet to encounter a room he couldn’t win over
and has staged hugely successful one man shows at the Edinburgh Fringe and the
Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Recognised as a master storyteller, Gary is a
regular headliner at many of the top comedy clubs across the UK. He has a rare gift for
turning mundane, every-day experiences into pure comedy gold, leaving his audiences
crying with laughter, and his imposing physical presence belies his incredibly personable,
relatable style causing audiences everywhere fall in love with his easy charm.
“Might look as though he could tear the head off a pitbull while cracking walnuts with his
eyelids, but is, on stage, warm to the point of endearing.”
– The Scotsman

Friday 29th/Saturday 30th September

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