Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. Ticket holders will be contacted and offered a full refund.

Don’t miss this brilliant new show from Scotland’s fastest rising comedy star!

Hot on the heels of Connor Burns’ outstanding 2023 Edinburgh Fringe season which saw him add eight extra performances to his four week run (just a week after the programme launch due to the huge ticket pre-sales for what was only his second-ever Fringe) and an incredible six sold-out Glasgow Stand shows – the show premiered at the city’s International Comedy Festival, as the shows kept selling out, more and more extra dates were added – don’t miss Scotland’s fastest rising comedy star’s brilliant new show – on tour!

Vertigo is a punchline-packed show featuring ugly dogs, relationships and the inevitable family drama. Hilarious, relatable, a bit rude in places of course and all-the-while served up with superb material, brilliant delivery and proper belly laughs.

Connor has sold-out multiple solo shows across Australia, in 2022 touring Down Under an unprecedented three times in the same year. In addition to his own tour shows, he supported international stand-up tour Daniel Sloss: CAN’T (opening for Daniel in huge theatres) and closed the Sydney Comedy Festival gala at the Sydney Opera House. He’s already taped a set for Just For Laughs and is currently shortlisted for their prestigious “New faces” in Montreal in 2023.

This is Connor’s first UK tour and we are delighted to welcome him to The Met. If you love live comedy, then we recommend you check out this fantastic show. Support an exciting comedian and budding superstar early days – and remember where you saw him first!

Special Guest: TBC

“Vertigo. A sensation of whirling and loss of balance” OED

Dates & Times

  • Sat 9 Mar 7:30 PM

Derby Hall @ The Met
£14.50 (inc fees)

Tickets on-sale 10am Friday 29 September.

Over 14s only. Recommended for ages 16+.
Some strong language.

Reviews

“Absolutely cracking… great material with fantastic execution”

The Stand

“If you want to see the future of Scottish stand-up, then see Connor Burns live - while you can still get a ticket”

Daniel Sloss

“Mark him out as one to watch.”

Scotsman