Jerry Sadowitz: Make Comedy GRATE Again!

King's Theatre, Glasgow.

Jerry Sadowitz: Make Comedy GRATE Again!

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SEATS £26.27 (£22.75) Transaction fee applicable *
CONCESSIONS £22.97 (£19.75) Transaction fee applicable *
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Jerry Sadowitz, Britain's favourite comedian, is back!
The man with no visible demograph returns to make you laugh while simultaneously parting you of twenty two quid. Affectionately known as 'miserable c**t' to his imaginary friends, Sadowitz is the only comic (not) working (much) today who campaigns against human rights. His television appearances include 'Love Island', 'Hard Talk' 'Michty Me!'(still in production) and 'Loose Stools'.
He now suffers from Alzheimer's disease and has to watch Netflix specials so he can remember his own material.


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Kicking off on the 14th of March and running for eighteen laughter-filled days, the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival features massive household names and some of the most exciting new acts on the comedy scene. There are hundreds of shows boasting the cream of international comedy talent and the best in home-grown humour. From stand up to sketches, from plays to kids shows - whatever you find funny you'll find something to enjoy at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival.