Your one-stop-shop for all the latest happenings from Stuart McPherson. Your first port of call for the important Stu news that often goes overlooked by the biased media elite. I'll level with you, I'd be amazed if there are more than 2 entries here a year.
The Stand Comedy Club Livestream
This Saturday (August 15th) I'll be performing stand up for the first time since lockdown. It'll be recorded live from The Stand in Glasgow and live-streamed on Youtube. Please watch and donate to The Stand, it's one of the best comedy clubs in the world.
The Good, The Bad
and the Unexpected
I will be a panellist on BBC Radio Scotland programme "The Good, The Bad and the Unexpected" this week, alongside Justin Moorhouse and Kaye Adams.
You can listen live on Friday 12th of June at 1.30 pm, or on iPlayer thereafter.
Scottish Comedy Awards
I've been nominated for Best Solo Show at the 2020 Scottish Comedy Awards for my Edinburgh Fringe Show "Mr. November".
There was also a nod for Best Online for the Archie Pepper Scot Squad Election Leaders special, and Best TV for The State of It.
Sonnet Youth Livestream
I am performing this Thursday for Sonnet Youth alongside a selection of writers, poets and musicians. You can watch it on their Facebook page.
Socially Distant with Susan Calman
I appear on this week's Socially Distant with Susan Calman doing stand up in my room in my pants about what lockdown's been like so far. You can watch on BBC Scotland and BBC iPlayer.
New show for Glasgow International Comedy Festival 2020
I'm bringing a new work in progress show to Glasgow's glittering State Bar on Friday 20th March, 2020 as part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. It's called (for now) Come See What Papa's Cookin', as I was in mischievous form when I filled out the application.
You can find out more, and buy tickets here.
Article about Peep Show for The Skinny
The Skinny asked me to write an article about a comedy show for their regular feature ICYMI (In Case You Missed It). I chose to write about Peep Show, and some of the reasons why I think it's amazing.
You can read the article in this month's magazine, or online here.
Scot Squad: Leaders Off The Record
My on-screen evil twin, Scot Squad's Archie Pepper was tasked with briefing the Scottish Political party leaders ahead of their crunch election interview with The Chief.
You can watch Archie questioning the leaders here, on BBC iPlayer
I was on BBC Scotland's 'Bad Influencer' with my pal Krystal Evans, talking about Scottish social media's approach to family and work. It was a laugh.
You can watch our episode on BBC iPlayer here
Re: Edinburgh Fringe
Just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who came to 'Mr. November'. I had an amazing time this Festival, far surpassing any expectations I had.
I was lucky to get to play to full rooms every day and have some nice things written about me. When you combine this with the sheer amount of chips I was eating each day it really adds up to a pleasant experience.
"McPherson is a highly engaging storyteller and, like any good comic, it very much feels like it’s only you in the room with him. What sets McPherson apart as a performer is there’s yet to be anyone else to explore the pain that comes with being a ‘millenial’ with quite so much accuracy and intimacy."
-The Skinny ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
(one of The Skinny's top comedy shows for Edinburgh 2019)
The good folks at Punchline UK have recommended my show 'Mr. November' as one of the top shows to see at this year's Fringe.
You can read a Q&A I did with them here
Sanjeev Kohli's Big Talk
I'll be on BBC Scotland's 'Sanjeev Kohli's Big Talk' on Wednesday 5th June to discuss the phenomenon of 'Scottish Cringe' amongst other topics. I will also be filming a VT for the show
Equal parts thrilled and terrified to announce I am performing my debut show at the Fringe this year with the wonderful Monkey Barrel Comedy. See you there, suckers. This is the poster, designed by Kit McMurdo-Schad
Scot Squad Series 5
Scot Squad is back tomorrow night on the new BBC Scotland channel! I reprise my role as online investigator Archie Pepper. It's a really fun show to be a part of and you can see below that between the last series and now we won a BAFTA. I am the one standing at the side looking kinda awkward like that photo of Ashley Cole when he played for Roma.
Amused Moose Competition
I made it through to the final of the Amused Moose National New Comic Award. The final is at the Edinburgh Fringe on August 19th, and you can get tickets here: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/amused-moose-comedy-s-national-new-comic-award-final