Leith Comedy Festival Presents… MC Hammersmith, Krystal Evans & Gareth Mutch
Live comedy as part of Leith Festival.
Leith Comedy Festival presents Scotland’s funniest comedians at the legendary Biscuit Factory in Leith. It’s your golden ticket to a great night out. If you know us already, you know what we’re talking about. If not, come and join the party and see what all the fuss is about!
First up, we have Scot Squad’s Krystal Evans. She wowed the judges at the BBC New Comedy Awards and Funny Women last year, and is one of the most talked about comedians for 2023. Catch her ahead of her highly anticipated Fringe show. Krystal’s 'sharp cynicism' and confidence on stage is 'just perfect' Broadway Baby.
For the main act, we are thrilled to welcome multi-award winning hip hop comedian and internet sensation MC Hammersmith. World class comedy right here in Leith. He has supported comedy giants Jason Manford and John Bishop on national tours so he knows a thing or two about whipping up a crowd. ‘An exceptionally dazzling performance... utterly enthralled’ The Skinny
Your multi-talented host for the evening is Gareth Mutch. This comedy club favourite has appeared twice at T in the Park, hosts two hilarious podcasts, and gigs all over the country. ’One of the best comics working in Scotland today’ Iain Stirling (voice of Love Island).
‘You can guarantee the night will host a fantastic mix of top class comedians’ STV
Sell out shows in 2021 and 2022. Get your tickets now and we’ll see you there!
Age 16+ due to venue licensing and swearing.
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