Glasgow Comedy Festival: Join Limmy as he introduces a screening of the Vines, followed by an audience Q&A where you can ask him how, what and why.
About Limmy’s Vines
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Limmy is perhaps best known for BBC Scotland’s Limmy’s Show, but when that came to an end, Limmy turned to Vine.
With a lot of time on his hands, he spent most of 2013 on his phone, recording 6 second video after 6 second video. When Vine came to an end, Limmy had created over an hour’s worth of nightmarish nonsense, improvised characters, and the one with the spider crawling out his mouth.
Join Limmy as he introduces a screening of the Vines, followed by an audience Q&A where you can ask him how, what and why.
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