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Neil is the former editor-in-chief and current chairman of the Press Holdings group, which owns The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. He grew up in the Glenburn area and attended the local Lancraigs Primary School.At 11, Neil passed his 11-plus examinations and obtained entrance to the then-selective Paisley Grammar School.We may then apply our discretion under the user terms to amend or delete comments.Andrew Ferguson Neil (born ) is a British journalist and broadcaster.Another inspiring ideas is the Comedy Crawl taking in comedians at four West End bars and the Round the Clock Comedy Roadshow, which takes place over 12 hours with a different performance each hour.
As well as stand-up, the festival will feature magicians, rappers, interactive comedy games, and shows inspired by everything from zombies through Elvis to Star Trek.
Now in its 16th year, it’s billed as “Europe’s largest comedy festival” – who’s measuring?
– and features such household names as Ed Byrne, Limmy, David Baddiel, Jerry Sadowitz, Alexei Sayle, Mark Steel, Phil Differ, Shappi Khorsandi, and Elaine C Smith (of course, “household names” depends on the household, and from the copious list in the programme, I’ve included only those I’ve heard of, bearing in mind that, where there’s a loop, I’ll be out of it).
At any rate, this year, the festival will feature more acts than ever before: more than 500 shows at 54 venues.
One of these venues will host the first two recordings of The Comedians at The King’s (Theatre), a new stand-up show where all the 24 acts are over 50, including Fred Mac Aulay (always funnier on stage than on the radio), John Moloney, Gary Little and Janey Godley.
Worsthorne argued in an editorial article "Playboys as Editors" in March 1989 for The Sunday Telegraph that Neil was not fit to edit a serious Sunday newspaper.