Rick Molland at The Glee Nottingham

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Rick Molland is an English Stand-Up Comedian and Film Maker based in Scotland. He’s has been declared a highlight of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival by The Scotsman, found himself banned by Swansea City Council and is now one of the most in demand compère’s working north of the border.

Molland is the very highly regarded compère for many Scottish venues, primarily at The Stand, Breakneck Comedy and Edinburgh’s Beehive Comedy Club. He has also headlined at many Scottish comedy venues, and played summer music festivals including T in the Park, Rockness and The Wickerman. Molland has produced short films which are currently winning acclaim and awards through-out the film festival circuit in Europe. Rick has written, produced and performed many comedy festival shows, selling-out and receiving acclaim at festivals throughout the UK.

His compèring style is renowned for its uncompromising in your face nature, whilst finding the right balance in keeping things filled with good natured banter and no-holds-barred quick fire audience interaction. He guarantees to keep things just about on the right side of wrong.

Molland was Runner Up in Scottish Comedian of the Year – 2010

"Rick delivered a pitch-perfect masterclass in working a room. My lovely wife, who escorted me on the night out, declared Rick to be ‘fuckin’ brilliant.’ He is a proper conductor of electrical energy into the room, a machine of perpetual comedy motion... Comedy Genius"

The Mumble

"Molland demonstrated no subject ought to be off-limits if handled intelligently and originally."

The Scotsman

"perfect for the role of compere"

Three Weeks

“mesmerising audiences with a plethora of left wing views... Molland is known to chew up agitators and spit them back out with furious authority.”

Edinburgh Evening News

"intelligent and witty, hitting all the right notes... Molland is interesting and poignant, relevant and thought provoking"

The Skinny

"pricking the pomposity of the powerful... A Daily Show vibe"

Fest Magazine

"makes Richard Dawkins look like the Archbishop of Canterbury.”