Clusterf1rst Birthday

Clusterf*ck Circus is officially turning one, come celebrate their birthday at Nice N Sleazys... there'll be party poppers, birthday cake and a Magician!

Clusterf1rst Birthday

About Clusterf1rst Birthday

Alternative Anarchic live Comedy, Poetry & Music!

With a diverse line up of international Comedians, Poets & Musicians from all around the world, this will be a birthday party spectacular you wont want to miss!

Featuring:
Paul McDaniel
Scottish Comedian of the Year 2018 Finalist, As seen on BBC Scotland's Comedy Underground.
"Paul McDaniel is f*cking brilliant" - Janey Godley

Amelia Bayler
A musical comedian who writes and produces ‘bangers'!
"Rising star of the Scottish circuit." - The Skinny

Joe Mcsloy
Has been on the circuit for six years, mixes silly observational comedy with sharp near the knuckle one liners.

Derek Mcluckie
A performance fartist from outer Glenburn in Paisley.

Elliott Simpson
An eccentric asexual expat who enjoys doing people as much he enjoys doing his taxes (not at all).

Brian Mooney
Glasgow comedian who has brought you “Fur Coat and Nae Knickers”, “Away and Bile Yer Heid”, “Yer Bum’s Oot the Windae” and “Bawheid” shows in recent years at the Fringe, performs original songs and stories on all kinds of topics, none of which are remotely relevant to anyone other than himself Would possibly have won Scottish Comedian of the Year, but wasn’t invited.

Kevin Dennis
With such a variety of fruit loops and basket cases performing, Kevin Dennis has never felt so at home. For once in his life he finally feels normal...

Kenneth Copeland
A dry sophisticated wit with biting political commentary? Kenneth Copeland has none of that, but he does have some nerdy jokes and a sarcastic edge.

Allison Craft
American woman using mouth for your pleasure.

Nico Ndlovu
Fresh comedian known for his confusion about cultural differences, English is not his first language from 'That Guy Comedy Show' he likes plants more than pets, and recently learned how to walk a dog.

Gordon Powrie
A spoken word performer of absurd and surreal dark comedy rhymes about love, hate and time travel assassination.

Nob Stewart
Proudly refers to himself as Scotland's Greatest Living Psychopath and he does his best to live up to that lofty claim by giving a no holds barred performance of music, poetry & stand up.

Scott Forsyth
A relative newcomer to the Scottish stand up scene, having previously been Beijing's best/only Scottish comedian for 3 years running.
His unique style blends together puns, story telling and surrealism into a smart act that contains something for everyone.

Jay Lynch
Jay Lynch arrived on these shores 3 years ago, and has spent a year of that circulating the Glasgow open mic scene. A teacher by trade, Jay initially sought help via therapy, saw the cost and decided stand up was pretty much the same. Expect observational humor and an accent that you will laugh at anyway!

Jimmy Johnston
Is unofficially Anglesey’s fifty-third best male stand up comedian. He used to live up the road from Sleazy’s, but the temptation was too great, so he b***ered off to Edinburgh. There may be Gaelic. You have been warned

Leo May
A surrealist observational comedian who will prepare you for an uncertain future with real advice about drowning robots and avoiding being poisoned. He host's the Glasgow student alternative comedy show and has won several tiny plastic trophies for saying funny things from Liverpool to Berlin via the USA. Please bring a calculator, a pencil and an avalanche transceiver and let's get ready for the future together.

Jen Hughes
Is a writer from Ayrshire, Scotland. She has been furiously scribbling stories and poems since she could write. She is currently studying English Literature and Film &TV Studies at University of Glasgow, and can be found skulking around poetry events in Glasgow, reading aloud her stories and poems to anyone willing to listen.

Shelly Mcconochie
Shell MC will make you laugh and squirm with perfectly awkward stand-up comedy and poetry.

Hollie Irvine
Will join us all the way from Perth. Having only started performing 7 months ago at monthly Perth poetry night Blend In Stand Out she is now venturing out of her home city to perform in cities across Scotland. Always one to humour with her provocative council feminist poetry.

Hosted by:
Oliver P*ssed

and

DJ Dave Null/ Void

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Clusterf1rst Birthday are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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