A comedienne from Largs is ready to defy society’s views in her second featured show at a major event.

Natalie Bryce will take to the stage as part of the Glasgow Comedy Festival for her second solo show ‘Galumpher’ in March.

We previously told how her first solo show at the comedy festival last year was a sellout success and she starred in the Camden Fringe later that year.

Now the 30-year-old is ready to get back up on stage to share personal stories of her clumsiness in unpredictable situations.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: This will be her second solo show after her first show was a huge successThis will be her second solo show after her first show was a huge success (Image: Newsquest)

She told the News: “I thought Galumpher was a more commonly used word than it is. It is a word that my family used quite a lot. I am quite tall and clumsy and my experiences growing up through the lens of a world where women are meant to be small and men are meant to be tall make me come across like a comedic character.

“My show will tell the different experiences I have encountered and society’s view on women through this lens. I do focus on that topic quite a bit and it has a feminist slant but it is important to highlight it in humour.

“My last show was about being a people pleaser and it is going to follow similar lines about the sticky situations I have experienced.

“That is the whole essence of my comedy is finding myself in situations I thought I would never be in.”

Largs and Millport Weekly News: Largs will always have a special place in Natalie's showsLargs will always have a special place in Natalie's shows (Image: Natalie Bryce)

However, the former Largs News volunteer column writer still likes make to sure her coastal hometown features in her shows.

“In my first show I had a lot of people from Largs come and support me”, she explained.

“It was a great atmosphere. I thought doing an hour by myself would be so weird, but it went quickly. When you are doing your own show people are coming to see you and there is already so much love in the room compared to a regular comedy show where you have to win over the audience.

“I also did a whole section of Largs which was received very well.

“I do want to say a huge thank you to the community. I have always felt so supported by my hometown and I couldn’t appreciate it enough.”

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Despite now living in Portsmouth, Natalie has never forgotten where her roots lie.

She added: “Every time I do a gig down here people have heard of or have visited Largs which is so cool. It is always positive for people to know about the town I grew up in even from the bottom of England.

“I think Largs has to feature in every show I perform. A goal of mine is to bring my show to Largs one day.”

Natalie’s show Galumpher will take place on Saturday, March 30 at 4pm in Blackfriars Pub in Glasgow.

Tickets are available from glasgowcomedyfestival.com/performances/natalie-bryce-galumpher