A GLASGOW comedian will be bringing his latest show back to his hometown.

Christopher Macarthur-Boyd will be performing Home Sweet Home at The Stand.

The show tackles his uniquely millennial problem of his love life, mental health, and general wellbeing.

Living in such close quarters with two prime examples of the baby boomer generation, audiences have been told to expect jokes about wrestling, modern masculinity, Scottishness, pornography, and crying in train stations.

Born and bred in Glasgow, Macarthur-Boyd has performed stand-up internationally from Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Club in downtown Toronto to the fringe festivals of Perth and Adelaide in Australia.

Since doing his first gig at The Stand in 2013, Macarthur-Boyd has been a three-time Scottish Comedian of the Year finalist, a So You Think You’re Funny? finalist, shortlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award, and twice nominated for Best New Act at the Scottish Comedy Awards. He is yet to win anything.

Recently signed to Off The Kerb - the first Scottish comedian to do so since Kevin Bridges - Christopher Macarthur-Boyd’s comedy has been featured on BBC Radio 1 (24 Hours, a documentary about how young people with interesting jobs deal with stress) and BBC Radio 4extra (Stand Up at the Fringe).