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Fred MacAulay ‘Twenty Fifteen’
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It sounds like a wrong tennis score, but Twenty Fifteen is a hugely significant year for one ofScotland’s best (and best loved) stand-up comedians. Back on the road again after 18 years at BBC Radio Scotland, Fred looks back on family life at home.....and forward to how his country will shape up after the referendum of 2014. In his first tour since 2012.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3rd £13 - DOOR 8PM
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 9th £13 - DOOR 8PM
They told me the birth of my first baby would be the happiest day of my life, but it was full of unspeakable terror, seeing my wife in agony, prodded, poked, cut. And after all that I was presented with a bloody, battered, screaming troll, inconsolable after being ripped from her universe into ours. And I was responsible for keeping this fragile, furious alien creature alive. I’ve had happier days. Like that time I had a biopsy on my penis. ……….
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