After five top nights, number six came up with the good with four belting sets from Teddy Ross, John Speirs, Gary Little and Scott Gibson all corralled superbly by returning compere Ray Bradshaw in front of the now iconic Newcastle United strip in the Player Sports Bar.
Teddy kicked us off with his well polished jokes and stories about his new wife and after the first break John Speirs regaled us with the story of how he scored the greatest goal in school football history in 1998 of all years. A story fifteen years in the making it would seem. He was followed by the irrepressible Gary Little and his side-splitting thoughts on the mindset of dog walkers and the what if of Osama Bin Laden being a Glaswegian. Scott Gibson sent the full house in attendance home happy with tales of what he sees in the parenting of his brother and the relative merits (failings) of his hometown Paisley.
The night was a big success and with a full house and a great raffle around £1600 was raised for COG. We hope everyone who attended had a great night and that everyone who couldn’t make it are suitably annoyed and desperate to make the next one, they really are brilliant nights of comedy on our own doorstep. Thanks to Brownings also for the Killie Pies at the break and for the volunteers who took the time to sell the raffle tickets. News on the next comedy night and how tickets will be available will be posted here so why not subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss any news. A button appears on the right hand side below blog tags which you can press and enter your email address.
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