Scotland’s finest ginger-haired comedian, like many an ex-pat Scot before him,
Brian Higgins principal interests in life include himself, Scottish people, religion and of course drinking- but the difference in Brian’s case is that is genuinely funny. Paid no finer a compliment than to be likened to an early Billy Connolly, Higgy delivers his diatribe on life’s funny (and not so funny) ups and downs in an energetic style that has won him fans across the UK and even as far afield as Dubai.
A favourite with university crowds, he has also branched out into the big bad world of television and radio and has recently been seen with Al Murray on Time Gentleman Please and heard on the Fred MacAulay Show.
Described as the 'people's favourite comedian' by The Stage combined with his energetic delivery, he never fails to deliver the goods.
As well as being one of the busiest acts on the circuit, he has headlined the best clubs not only in the UK but Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ireland and cruise ships all over the world.
''The people's favourite comedian'' - The Stage
''Daft but very funny'' - The Guardian
Also a star of the major BBC documentary 'A Funny Business' - 2006