Des McLean is an award winning presenter, actor and comedian. He starred as Tommy Sheridan, the lead role in Ian Pattison’s critically acclaimed play ‘I-Tommy’, whilst his own stand-up shows headlined in Scotland, New Zealand, Canada and Las Vegas. Every event is different and Des works hard to ensure that his presentation is within the parameters of the occasion, working with the organisers to successfully target the audience.
John Scott first stepped on stage as a stand up in May 1999
Outside awards and fringe runs as a comic, John has hosted shows for such established names as Ross Noble, Michael Mcintyre, Reginald D Hunter and many more.
Viv Gee has been a comedian for the past 20 years. She’s featured on Lorraine Kelly’s Make Me Happier STV and Stake Out, Hedz, River City, Revolver, The Key, Velvet Soup, Comedy Café and Velvet Cabaret all for BBC. She has also compered T in the Park, The May Day Celebrations, The Longest Day and Glasgow’s Hogmanay in George Square.
“Simply a genius” Scotland on Sunday
“So sharp she could cut herself” Edinburgh Evening News
“Flawless” Henry Rollins.
Known as the ‘BIG MAN’ of Scottish comedy, Patrick Rolink is one of the most in-demand comperes and stand ups on the Scottish circuit. Since starting out in 2002, he has established himself as a larger than life character, charming audiences as a regular at Jongleurs across the UK with his easy going personality and sharp observations.