Sunday 16th October
the Stand Edinburgh

Fri 21st and Sat 22nd October
Yes Bar, Glasgow

Tuesday 8th November
The Stand Glasgow

Friday 11th November
The Counting house, Edinburgh

Monday 21st Nov
The Stand – Edinburgh

12th – 17th Dec – Christmas gigs,
The Stand, Glasgow

Wednesday 25th Jan
7 Arts centre – Leeds

Thursday 26th Jan - High Vis full show
Eden court, Inverness

Wednesday 8th March - High Vis full show
Loury Theatre - Manchester

Morning good people of Stirling,
If you’re still feeling a bit guilty about missing my ***** rated Fringe show ‘High Vis’ in Edinburgh, there’s some hope! I’m bringing the show to the Macrobert theatre in Stirling Uni on Friday 23rd September at 7.30. Would be great to have you along. You can book tickets at:

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Hi All,
Fringe 2016 is done! What a cracking month. Thanks to everyone who made it along to the show. It was a pleasure to perform for you! I’m now off to re-discover vegetables and see if I’m yet in the top 10 for a liver transplant! Hope to see you in a comedy club very soon.

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Whoop! 2 shows to go and my first ever 5 Star review!

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As you'd expect from a blind comedian, there's a fair bit about Jamie MacDonald's condition in his show. But there's also a lovely everyman quality to this Glaswegian who provides a humorous insight into his world. So, he divulges a bit of the cheeky 'blue badge banter' (don't try it yourself though) between the disabled, how his opportunistic mates use his disability to cop off with women, and his sage reaction to the council's inability to get its act together to help him.

Elsewhere, however, he cheerfully pokes fun at elements of everyday life that we all relate to: racist taxi drivers, out-of-hand stag dos (if you haven't been on one you'll have seen them in action regardless) and gap-year knobheads. When a routine becomes more niche and personal, he paints a vivid portrait, lack of sight being no barrier to imagination of course.

The Aberdeenshire hotel in which he spent his honeymoon, in particular, is creatively detailed and mined for laughs with its over-sized key rings and Polish staff made to dress up in a preposterously Scottish manner. Jamie MacDonald is a performer of great warmth and wit, making it a pleasure to spend an hour in his company.

Assembly George Square Studios, until 28 Aug, 9.05pm, £10–£11 (£8–£9).

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Reads like a 4 star but is a charming 3 stars from the list! ...

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