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Where To Go To Watch Live Comedy Acts In Aberdeen
Where To Go To Watch Live Comedy Acts In Aberdeen such as Comedy Capers
Details of comedy acts in Aberdeen and where and when to see the comedians:
There are many places where you can go to watch live comedy acts in Aberdeen City. Our events page
will list forthcoming comedy acts by some top Aberdonian, Scottish and UK comedians. Aberdeen also hosts some great international acts thanks to the hard work from groups like Comedy Capers.
Comedy events take place at clubs, bars and pubs throughout Aberdeenshire. Regular comedy acts are listed below:
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Cafe Drummonds Belmont Street
Cafe Drummonds on Belmont Street host live comedy acts from some great Scottish comedians. As well as professional headline comedians from the UK club circuit there are high quality support acts. A promising newcomer is also given a wee spot and this often includes local Aberdonian comedy. More details to follow.
Together they bring you some great laughs, banter and a funny night out - you'll be laffin yir heed aff afore work on Monday mornin!
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