WHAT’S ON MARCH: David Callaghan’s Dead Man’s Chest at Glasgow International Comedy Festival
Talented Young Comic Promises Inimitable Adventure
Rising star comedian David Callaghan presents a unique choose-your-own-adventure show that promises to be a one-off spectacle. Join Callaghan in this tech led stand-up show where the audience controls the story through their smart phones. Callaghan combines two of Britain’s most beloved institutions (Taggart and the Internet) to lead the audience on a ludicrous, laugh-filled adventure. Set in 1996 and led by famous washed-up theatre director David Callaghan (no relation), our adventure follows murder and mayhem. There promises to be nothing like this show anywhere else in the festival (or the world). IT wunderkind Callaghan combines his charming, offbeat comedy with his innovative tech skills to create a joyous, nostalgic and surreal experience. There are 269 billion different possible versions of this show, guaranteeing a supremely unique event.
Callaghan’s thrilling, absurd and hilarious show is a one of a kind slice of the festival, a must-see that beautifully demonstrates his talents and puts him at the forefront of new and innovative British comedy.
‘He really hits the mark, and scores’ **** TheReviewsHub
7.30pm, 16th March, McPhabbs, Sandyford Place, Glasgow