• Glasgow Comedy Festival

He is known to many as host of the Capital Breakfast Show and star of the Kings Theatre panto.

Des is also a familiar face on our television screens and has fronted high profile shows like Children In Need, STV Appeal and SMTV.

His first love remains stand-up comedy and Des returns to this year's festival with more offbeat observations, topical gags and Glasgow banter.

Featuring support.

'Clarke's performances are in a league of their own' (The Herald)

Des Clarke is one of the most popular comedians working in Scotland today.

He is known to many as host of the Capital Breakfast Show and star of the Kings Theatre panto.

Des is also a familiar face on our television screens and has fronted high profile shows like Children In Need, STV Appeal and SMTV.

His first love remains stand-up comedy and Des returns to this year's festival with more offbeat observations, topical gags and Glasgow banter.

Featuring support.

'Clarke's performances are in a league of their own' (The Herald)

Des Clarke is one of the most popular comedians working in Scotland today.

He is known to many as host of the Capital Breakfast Show and star of the Kings Theatre panto.

Des is also a familiar face on our television screens and has fronted high profile shows like Children In Need, STV Appeal and SMTV.

His first love remains stand-up comedy and Des returns to this year's festival with more offbeat observations, topical gags and Glasgow banter.

Featuring support.

'Clarke's performances are in a league of their own' (The Herald)

Des Clarke is one of the most popular comedians working in Scotland today.

He is known to many as host of the Capital Breakfast Show and star of the Kings Theatre panto.

Des is also a familiar face on our television screens and has fronted high profile shows like Children In Need, STV Appeal and SMTV.

His first love remains stand-up comedy and Des returns to this year's festival with more offbeat observations, topical gags and Glasgow banter.

Featuring support.

'Clarke's performances are in a league of their own' (The Herald)

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