Susie McCabe Returns to Aberdeen with The Merchant of Menace

Susie McCabe's brings her sharp wit and compelling storytelling to the Tivoli this November.

Susie McCabe Returns to Aberdeen with The Merchant of Menace

One of our faves here at POST, Susie McCabe is one of Scotland's leading comedians. Her signature sharp wit and compelling storytelling are set to dazzle Tivoli audiences this November with her new show, The Merchant of Menace.

McCabe's comedic journey is marked by a rapid ascent in the stand-up world, thanks to her knack for weaving together smart observations and delivering hard punchlines. As refreshing a comedian as you could hope for, she is always willing to push boundaries of class and sexuality. Challenging expectations while remaining warm. It’s a great skill to watch.

This skill as a comedian has won her critical acclaim and the opportunity to tour with comedy giants like Kevin Bridges, Jason Manford, and John Bishop. As a regular fixture on the UK comedy circuit, McCabe has solidified her status as a festival favourite. At the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, she’s the fastest-selling artist, with four consecutive sold-out shows to her credit. Her relatable and engaging style makes her a standout performer, loved by audiences nationwide.

Fearful, thoughtful, compassionate and warm stand up for Scotland’s funniest woman
- The Scotsman

Beyond the stage, Susie McCabe has become a familiar face on television and radio. Her appearances on shows like BBC's Have I Got News For You and Frankie Boyle's New World Order highlight her versatility and ability to tackle topical issues with humour. She’s also made her mark in radio, with contributions to radio programs like News Quiz, Just a Minute, and Off The Ball, showcasing her quick wit and sports knowledge.

Tickets for The Merchant of Menace at the Tivoli on 1 November 2024 are on sale now from Aberdeen Performing Arts. You can expect McCabe’s insightful mix of commentary and charm; a perfect blend of humour and thought-provoking chat. Susie McCabe’s shows are worth checking out whether you’re a long-time fan or new to her work.