Paul
Pirie

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"The stand-out star of the night; a Frankie Boyle you could actually book" Steve Bennett Chortle

Paul Pirie began his stand-up career after giving up acting to pursue the funny man that lies within, quickly establishing himself on the Scottish comedy circuit as long ago as 2004. It should be pointed out that at the time he was living with his Gran, having given away the keys to his flat in a pub quiz. Since this time Paul’s career has encompassed TV, Film and Radio alongside his burgeoning skill as a stand-up with Paul emerging as one of the biggest Scottish acts on the UK comedy circuit.Paul has since had a consecutive succession of sell out shows at The Glasgow Comedy Festival and joined esteemed popular comedy-improv group Dance Monkey Boy, Dance! (also featuring Raymond Mearns), and has helped with the development of the group. In 2006 ‘The Boys’ caught the attention of BBC Radio who recorded the show at the Glasgow Comedy Festival and since then, Dance Monkey Boy, Dance! have gone on to work under the watchful eye of the BBC to develop regular radio shows

"A brilliant natural comedian" Edinburgh Evening News

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UPCOMING SHOWS

Sun - 10th Feb

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Paul Pirie, Wray Thomson plus LOCAL ACTS

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Sat - 9th Feb

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Paul Pirie, Scott Forbes, Gus Lymburn plus guests

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Fri - 8th Feb

Paul Pirie

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Paul Pirie, Graham Mackie, Scott Forbes, Gus Lymburn

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Thu - 7th Feb

Paul Pirie

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Paul Pirie, Wray Thomson plus LOCAL ACTS

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WHAT FOLK HAVE SAID

"A brilliant natural comedian"

Edinburgh Evening News

"The stand-out star of the night; a Frankie Boyle you could actually book"

Steve Bennett Chortle

"A brilliant natural comedian"

Edinburgh Evening News

"The stand-out star of the night; a Frankie Boyle you could actually book"

Steve Bennett Chortle

"A brilliant natural comedian"

Edinburgh Evening News