JAY LAFFERTY An experienced compere and stand-up, Jay has an easy manner on stage, instantly connecting with her audience - clever material delivered with effortless charm and packing a bite every bit as bad as its bark. Jay has worked on a number of hit BBC Four and BBC Scotland radio shows and is one of the longest running panellists on Radio Scotland’s Breaking the News. ‘Warm, wise, witty and occasionally waspish’- The Scotsman
ROSCO MCCLELLAND Twice nominated Best Newcomer at the Scottish Comedy Awards, and winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year in 2016, Rosco’s endearing onstage presence has impressed judges and audiences alike. Rosco’s naturally humorous delivery and surreal observations ensure a remarkable performance, every time. ‘McClelland’s gravelly and animated onstage presence emitted continuous laughter from the audience’ – The Skinny
CHRISTOPHER MACARTHUR-BOYD Christopher MacArthur-Boyd - Born and bred in Glasgow, Christopher is a rising star of Scottish stand-up. Fast becoming a Fringe Festival favourite, Christopher’s debut hour, Home Sweet Home, was officially the best reviewed of any Scottish stand-up at the Festival. Christopher has followed this up by winning Best Breakthrough Act at the 2019 Scottish Comedy Awards and being listed the 59th funniest person in Scottish history.
CHRIS FORBES Star of BBC’s Scot Squad and award-winning comedian, is one of the most in demand comics in Scotland. Chris is best known for his role as P.C Charlie MacIntosh in BBC Scotland’s hit comedy ‘Scot Squad’ and his role as the ‘other Murray brother’ in his viral BBC skits with legendary tennis coach Judy Murray. ‘Brilliantly observed...laugh out loud stuff... a natural comedian.’ - Herald