We’re very excited to announce our lineup for our Indy Ref Special on 23rd October at The Admiral! A diverse group of experts in media, education, literature, geology, chemistry and law will discuss issues surrounding the Scottish Independence debate, through the medium of stand-up comedy.
Gallus Glaswegian Bruce Morton will host the show, along with his comrade Andrew Learmonth from the ‘Greater Shawlands Republic’.
The audience will also play a starring role in the show by voting in the Bright Club Referendum.
Join us for what’s sure to be a fun and very interesting evening! Tickets are on sale now – grab yours here.
After a fantastic run at The Fringe, autumn is well and truly upon us. We have a hat-trick of hilarity for you with three bumper shows scheduled for September and October!
On Tuesday 17th September, we’re at the Gilchrist Postgraduate Club with a FREE show to celebrate Freshers’ Week.
Two weeks later, after a five-month hiatus, we’re excited to return to The Stand Comedy Club on Monday 30th September for a show hosted by Michael ‘Father Stone’ Redmond and his awe-inspiring moustache. We’ve even booked a musician! Don’t miss what’s sure to be a cracking night, tickets are on sale now.
And now for something completely different. Next year, people in Scotland will be voting on whether we should remain a part of the UK or become an independent country. The debate is in full swing but lacking one vital ingredient: humour!
On Wednesday 26th October we’ll be attempting to inject a little humour into the national conversation with the Bright Club Glasgow Indy Ref Special! Six academic performers will discuss the issues surrounding independence in the context of their own research field. We’ll even be staging our own BCG Referendum! This will be an interesting one… stay tuned for updates!
Next year, people in Scotland will be voting on whether we should remain a part of the UK or become an independent country. The debate is in full swing but lacking one vital ingredient: humour!
Bright Club Glasgow would like to rectify this. On 23rd October 2013, join us in The Admiral Bar for the ‘Bright Club Glasgow Indy Ref Special’, hosted by comedy godfather Bruce Morton. Six academic performers will discuss independence in the context of their own research through the medium of – you guessed it – stand up comedy! It’s a great chance to laugh and learn about the issues surrounding independence. At the end of the night, have your say by voting in our very own Bright Club Referendum!
Are you a researcher? Do you have an opinion on Scottish Independence? Whether you’re in the Yes, No or Undecided camp, Bright Club is seeking researchers (from Masters to Professors) from all disciplines to perform at the show. From the arts to the sciences, all are welcome – we’d like as diverse a lineup as possible!
Bright Club is fantastic way to hone your communication skills, meet other academics and have fun! Full training, rehearsals and support will be provided in the run up to the show.
Interested? Email email@example.com