FOLLOWING his latest total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe season, Scotland's favourite kilted comedy treasure is all fired up to tour the UK with his brand new show.

Renowned for his cheeky, irreverent and no-holds-barred comedy, Craig Hill’s razor-sharp improvisation as well as unsurpassed audience rapport combine with his high-octane mix of pure, unadulterated fun – the perfect recipe for a joyous, laughter-packed evening audiences will never forget.

Firmly established as one of Scotland’s best-loved entertainers, and a former winner of the Radio Forth Fringe Award, Craig has sold out all 18 of his Edinburgh Festival Fringe seasons. 

His extensive sell-out UK and worldwide tours include regular seasons at comedy festivals such as Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. 

He has performed at The London Palladium, hosted a specially-created alternative variety show, Craig Hill’s Forbidden Vaudeville for Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, and in 2015, was UK Ambassador for Montreaux Comedy Festival’s Jokenation contest.

He has numerous BBC TV series to his name and his international TV credits include Australian comedy panel show Good News Week, hosting Sydney Comedy Festival’s prestigious Cracker Night gala and storming Montreal’s all-alumni showcase The Best Of Just For Laughs.

Earlier this year, Craig donned his gumboots, put on his camouflage kilt and made his Glastonbury debut. 

Catch Craig Hill's show, Someone's Gonna Get Killt, at the Macrobert Arts Centre.

He will head to the Stirling venue on Friday, February 16, with the show starting at 7.30pm.