Based in Leeds, Cormac performs regularly in Scotland, the North of England and the midlands. His first solo Edinburgh show - Jobby Hunter, telling the story of his difficulties in finding post-graduate employment, was a great success, with large attendance and generous donations earning the performer a tidy profit. Cormac built on his experience with a second show which informed the public on just why he has never managed to be one of the alpha males he lusts over and he always assumed he would become and how his competitive nature is more of a hindrance than a help.
Cormac's comedy has developed a small, committed following among viewers of his shows during the past two years, with his performance generally making all the women of the audience laugh heartily and all the men plan an alternative, better-lit route home.
"In the wave of terrible stand-ups that seem to have descended on the 2014 fringe, Cormac was a treat” **** (Edfringe Review)
“I was fully entertained, I felt connected and seriously impressed” **** (ScotsGay)
"Full of sparkling one-liners and cheerful narration" (Broadway Baby)