Despite coming from opposite ends of the M8 up there in that strange realm of the Picts, and burdened as they are with all the associations which traditionally attach to Edinburghers and Glaswegians, Alan Francis and Neil McFarlane are actually quite like-minded fellows.
They’ve been coping with that-there London-life for the best part of three decades… between them, that is.
They might actually manage to cobble together a sketch or two in time for this show. Then again, they might not. In which slightly more likely case, McFarlane will baff on for about 25 minutes about what he hasn’t been getting up to and then Francis will do much the same for a wee bit longer, in order to justify his slightly larger share of the door-split.
And then we can all go home.
This event is part of Bath Comedy Festival’s Permission To Laugh.