Renowned international comedian Adam Hills has dubbed the town of Kirkcaldy in Fife “Kirkcomedy” in tribute to its annual Comedy Festival’s growing reputation.
Adam’s thoughts on Scotland, Kirkcaldy, the Comedy Festival and linoleum can be viewed on You Tube at www.youtube.com/kdycomedyfestival as well as across a range of other social networking sites including Twitter, Facebook, Bebo and MySpace by searching for “Kirkcaldy Comedy Festival”.
Adam is one of the headline acts appearing at this year’s event and will be joined by a host of big names from the world of comedy such as Sean Hughes, Irish stars Michael Redmond, Ian Coppinger, Rory O’Hanlon and home-grown talent such as Tam Cowan and Des Clarke.
Rising Scottish star Kevin Bridges is also taking part.
The Kirkcaldy Comedy Festival has 23 shows taking place over eight days from Saturday 26 September – Sunday 4 October at a range of venues in the town.
The ticket hotline 0844 481 5659 is open until 9pm each day. A booking fee will be charged on each ticket purchased and a charge is made for postage. Tickets are also available online by clicking here.
For further information visit KirkcaldyComedyFestival.com.