|18th July 2021|
232-246 Woodlands Road, Glasgow West End G3 6ND
£10 / £8 + BF
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Alison puts together all the material from the past year and comes back to the Glasgow International Comedy Festival.
Alison is working on a new show. It might be about aqua aerobics and trolls, it might not - come and find out.
As heard on the Guilty feminist, BBC radio four.
Writing credits include, News Jack, Now Show and Have I Got News For You.
She's appeared on telly in Ireland.
Please note this show is rescheduled from March 2020. All tickets for the original date will remain valid.
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