03 Nov Glasgow International Comedy Festival Shows Now On Sale Posted Thursday 03 November 2016 13:17 The Glasgow International Comedy Festival is back next March (9th - 26th) and we have some brilliant shows for you. We have the best in award winning touring shows, kids shows and late night comedy with The Festival Club. Check out our what's-on in March section here and book early as many of the shows will sell-out well in advance. Here are just a few shows to start you off with... JOSIE LONG: SOMETHING BETTER This is a show about optimism and hopefulness and about looking for people and things to look up to. It’s about wanting more from life than it might be up for giving out. It’s about struggling with realising who and what you are and really feeling like an outsider for the first time.Thursday 9th March Tickets Here & Saturday 11th March Tickets Here Richard Gadd: Monkey See Monkey Do Richard Gadd brings one of the most memorable, genre-busting performances in years with his award-winning 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show.Saturday 11th March Tickets Here SIMON MUNNERY: STANDING STILL Multi award-winning comedian Simon Munnery offers up a new stand-up show. An opening to die for, seven wry observations, a tone poem, four fresh skits and two new commandments.Monday 13th March Tickets Here SUSIE MCCABE: LET'S GET PHYSICAL Susie McCabe is getting the nation pumpin' in her new show for 2017. Gone are takeaways and cigarettes, replaced, rather reluctantly, with bananas and bandanas. She is getting physical by all manner of means , regardless of the equipment required she has all the gear and no idea .Saturday 18th March Tickets Here BILLY KIRKWOOD: SHEER UTTER CHAOS Billy returns from last year’s sell out to the Glasgow Comedy Festival with live, brand new interactive stand up for 2017. Sheer Utter Chaos - throwing the script right out the window Billy chats about anything and everything, what matters, doesn’t matter, annoys, delights in the complete Beldam that is supposed everyday life. Packed with freewheeling, improvised, engaging banter and audience interaction. Never the same show twice, don’t miss it.Monday 20th March Tickets Here MARCEL LUCONT: WHINE LIST The country’s favourite flâneur, raconteur and bon viveur brings a new interactive show to the baying masses. 'Fresh, accessible and hilarious' Guardian Thursday 23rd March Tickets Here See the full GICF Stand Line-up for March 2017 here.