Gary's Chuckle Hut

The Arches and National Theatre of Scotland present

Gary's Chuckle Hut

Part of BEHAVIOUR 2013

Thu 25 Apr 2013 | 10pm (1 hr 20m) | Free but ticketed

See E V E R Y T H I N G with a BEHAVIOUR Festival Pass – £45/£35.

Call 0141 565 1000 now to book (not available online).

As part of BEHAVIOUR festival, writer and performer Gary McNair will be curating and hosting Gary’s Chuckle Hut, a pop-up comedy club for trying and dying and facing fears.

As well as exploring his own relationship to comedy whilst trying to discover what’s funny, and why we laugh, he will also be facing his fears by trying to make you laugh with his own jokes.

Come on down and watch him fail on the following dates:

Thu 25th April | 10pm | 1hr | FREE
Sun 5th May | 9pm | 1hr | FREE
Thu 9th May | 10pm | 1hr | FREE

Gary opened this year’s Behaviour Festival at the Arches with his new show exploring standup comedy and humour, Donald Robertson Is Not A Stand Up Comedian. Here’s what the critics had to say:

“McNair is at his brilliant best… it’s difficult to imagine these vital questions about comedy, masculinity, hierarchy and cruelty being handled more skilfully”
**** The Scotsman

“McNair forensically explores the power of comedy to win friends and humiliate people… Killingly funny.”
**** The Herald

“Cunning, smartly paced and with just the right dash of poignant material.”

Across The Arts

“A major new talent.”
Sunday Mail

Part of the Auteurs Project.

About BEHAVIOUR 2013

BEHAVIOUR is the Arches’ annual festival of live performance. Now in its 5th year, the 2013 programme sees 15 different shows featuring Scottish talent alongside work from London, Berlin, New York and Canada. As with previous years, the festival extends out of the Arches and across the city, with performances taking place in the iconic Arches building as well as in a range of traditional and unusual spaces across Glasgow including a working landfill site, a Govan community centre and Tramway.

View the full listings for BEHAVIOUR 2013.

About the Auteurs Project

The Auteurs Project, a collaboration between the Arches and the National Theatre of Scotland, has seen 5 Scottish theatre makers – Rob Drummond, Gary McNair, Kieran Hurley, Nic Green and Claire Cunningham – embark on a two year development programme, including international research residencies, writing and thinking retreats, performance training, creative exchanges with other practitioners, placements and mentorships. The resulting works-in-progress are being performed for the first time as part of BEHAVIOUR. More info.