More than 3,100 tickets were sold for this year’s Aberdeen Comedy Festival.
Organisers have announced sales totalled 3,198, a 30% rise on its debut last year.
The festival, which ran from October 5-15 and was delivered by Aberdeen Inspired, featured local, national and international comedians who performed more than 55 comedy shows at more than 27 venues in the city.
It also included free stand-up shows, comedy workshops for children and adults, kids shows, local talent showcases and comedy films screened at the Belmont Filmhouse.
Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired, praised the public for supporting the festival and said plans for next year’s festival are already being discussed.
He said: “The response from the public, local businesses and visitors to the Aberdeen Comedy Festival has been fantastic once again and we are delighted to see an increase in audience numbers this year.”
Source:: Evening Express – All articles