Your Entertainer for the Evening
Bruce Morton is so well known for his work in Television and Theatre but he has always retained his title as one of Scotland's truly great comedians. He is almost solely responsible for the current Scottish standup scene, which he pushed into gear back in the late 80's as a founder of the Funny Farm. Within a year Bruce Morton was on national television and touring the UK.
Almost from the start Bruce was winning awards which included a Perrier nomination at the Fringe, a Sunday Times Comedy Award and a Scotland on Sunday Critics Award.
If it was funny, then Bruce Morton was usually behind it somewhere. He was now regularly performing and presenting and he popped up in almost all of Scottish television and radio's comedy output including, BBC's Rab C Nesbitt, Edinburgh Nights, A Game of Two Halves, The Late Show and Still Game.
In more recent years Bruce has been a regular guest and contributor on Fred MacAulay's show, Kaye Adam's Call Kaye and BBC Radio Scotland's Football show, Off The Ball.
"Gesture and commentary of the highest class" - The Observer
"He can tell a story as entertainingly as Billy Connolly, but the sting in its tail is in a class of its own" - The Times