Rick Molland, an award-winning film maker and former Scottish Comedian of the Year runner-up, having proven his comedy metal in some of the most formidable environments Scotland has to offer, including T in the Park, Rockness and The Wickerman Festivals, Rick is now resident compère at Edinburgh’s Monkey Barrel Comedy Club.
“audacious” The Scotsman.
“perfect for the role of compere” Threeweeks
Stuart McPherson is an award-winning stand-up comedian from Fife. He has appeared on BBC Scotland programmes such as The Comedy Underground, The State of It and BAFTA winning Scot Squad, where he plays online investigator Archie Pepper. Stuart is a critically acclaimed stand-up who has reached the finals of competitions such as So You Think You’re Funny?; Amused Moose New Comedian; and Scottish Comedian of the Year. He makes his Edinburgh Fringe debut this year with his show Mr. November.
Ro Campbell is a UK based Aussie that has carved a reputation as one of the hardest working comedians on the International Circuit, creating waves of laughter in over 40 countries with his relentlessly entertaining brand of cheeky slightly dark humour. Ro has headlined every major comedy club in South East Asia and in 2019 was invited to be part of Magners Comedy Festival Asia. He has also performed solo shows at the last 12 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and has made The Scotsman’s pick of Best Jokes of The Fringe. In 2010 he was crowned Scottish Comedian of The Year. He recently opened for Kevin Bridges in Australia and has regularly appeared at Kevin Bridges and Friends live at The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow. 4* – The
most exciting late-night format since Set List’ – Bernard O’Leary – The Skinny
Connor Burns fresh from supporting Larry Dean and being nominated for best newcomer at the Scottish comedy Awards, Connor is one to watch!
Krystal Evans as featured on The Comedy Underground on BBC Scotland. Krystal was a Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year finalist 2019; a Frog and Bucket Gong show winner 2019; and Ten Feet Tall Stockton Gong show winner 2018. She was the runner-up in the Monkey Barrel Top Banana of the Year competition 2018 and semi-finalist in So You Think You’re Funny? 2018. ‘Sharp and intelligent, warm and honest stand-up, with electric new writing’ Ben Verth, Monkey Barrel Comedy.