Clive Anderson

Over many years a frequent performer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in revues, chat shows, radio and TV programmes,  Clive Anderson brings his first solo show Me, Macbeth & I to Assembly Studio Three.

It’s a one-man stage show guaranteed to be funnier than Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, more historically accurate than 24 hours of fake news, less divisive than Brexit, Scottish Independence and Donald Trump put together

An award-winning and versatile broadcaster and comedy writer, Clive began his success during his 15-year legal career with stand-up comedy and script writing, before rising to fame as the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway? on radio and then television and winning the 1991 British Comedy Award.

Clive fronted ten series of Clive Anderson Talks Back on Channel 4 and four series of Clive Anderson All Talk on BBC 1. As well as presenting several other TV and radio programmes, he has made many guest appearances on shows such as Have I Got News For You, QI, Mock the Week, Countdown and Fighting Talk. And has fronted other programmes covering current affairs, sport, science, history, music, art and literature, including this year, Mystic Britain now on the Smithsonian Channel. He currently presents Loose Ends and Unreliable Evidence (both BBC Radio 4).