The campest kilted comedian in Scotland is in Dunfermline tonight.
Craig Hill is bringing his zany, energetic brand of humour to the town’s Carnegie Hall.
The comic started his career in entertainment at the age of 10 when he won a local talent contest with his impersonation of singer Cleo Laine.
A friend who worked at the Fringe booked him into a stand-up slot and thrust him on stage, sparking a love of this style of comedy and launching his career on the stage.
His shows are characterised by innuendo and, of course, his trademark kilt.
He owns more than a dozen of the garments in various garish hues, most of which were bought from the same designer shop in Edinburgh where Vin Diesel, Robbie Williams and Jack McConnell bought theirs from.
He’s also known for thrusting innuendo into his show titles and Up and Coming is no exception.
Craig Hill: Up and Coming, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, October 21