Easter has arrived and as the temperature heats up Stewart and Aaron wonder where they left Kris. It’s a strange cocktail of Hobos, Nuns and Disco Divas. The guys digress between topics, trying to figure out why they get so caught up, enticed and predominately bamboozled by the hype of today.
Half- Wits Theatre company produce a rare staging of Samuel Beckett’s surrealist and iconic comic masterpiece, Waiting For Godot.
The production brings together charm, absurdity, high comedy, surrealism and touching humanity.
It is a great addition to the Glasgow International Comedy Festival and a great way to spend a spring evening.
Tickets can be bought at: See tickets or Webster’s Theatre
Short Attention Span Theatre was set up in 2015 by Tom Brogan and Karen Barclay with the aim of enabling early career writers to see their works staged. Writers will write to a deadline, see their work rehearsed, re-write, and see their finished piece performed in front of a paying audience.
Tickets can be found at: http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/2399
The podcast is on fire but it could be kris’s face, straight from filming and bright red, he joins his usual co-host Stewart and Aaron for another episode of heated debate. Itching to scratch the surface of The Glasgow International Comedy Festival the team invite Karen Barclay on to talk about Short Attention Span Theatre. With a string of bad jokes and no comedy timing the guys peel back on what tickles your funny bone, makes you laugh, cry and split at the sides.
On the buzzword this month the team crash in to 2019 with a podcast full of controversy. Exorcizing everything from 2018 that brought them to tears, filled them with joy or sent them to sleep, it’s an episode that will anger some, enrage others and leave the rest stupefied on the opinions asserted. With plenty of left-over chocolates and full cups of coffee there is a buzz in the air and as we say good bye to 2018 and look forward to the year ahead and the promise of cake. Listen if you will and don’t be afraid to join in the debate, the greater the argument, the bigger the stakes, for the podcast, for the team for 2019.
Episode three goes off course. With a team member down, Stewart and Aaron must rally together and invite an unknown on to the podcast. Family, brother, friend, film extra, its a concoction that shifts the group dynamic. New opinions are unleashed and beliefs destroyed. Its a podcast filled’ With history, gripping drama, Kings, Queens and Artichokes!
After delays and false starts the podcast team are back and ready to talk about Art! They have been abroad, tasting the delicacies of Paris, the wonders of the Netherlands and the comforts of Hawick. Returning home refreshed and revitalised the team discover who has changed for the better or for the worst.
At the East Kilbride Arts Centre from the 4th to the 6th of October.
A stage production of the 1955 Ealing comedy
The Buzzword podcast returns! The team have had a break and the conversation can now continue. A new season with new ideas and a new format, what can go wrong? The doors have been opened, breathing new life in to the dungeon. Tackling movie behemoths Disney and James Bond it is time to debate the hot topics, ask the wrong questions and ignore the right answers. Welcome back.
Coming soon to Webster’s theatre Tickets on sale for the hot summer show. 4th to 7th of July.