The comedy debate on the referendum is all systems go with a top line-up now in place for Saturday afternoon's discussion.
The Sunday Herald's Iain MacWhirter will play Dimbleby as comics and straight men from both Yes and No camps seek to win over the undecided.
Opening the batting for the No side is Scottish Journalist and union supporter David Richard Bateman. He'll be aided and abetted by US comic Erich McElroy whose Scottish parentage has inspired him to write a new show on the referendum from a pro-UK perspective.
Ranged against them will be Scottish Green Party leader and MSP Patrick Harvie. He will be supported by local comic Keir McAlister.
The debate kicks off at 3.30pm at the Stand Comedy Club in Woodlands Road, Glasgow and is intended as a light-hearted and somewhat tongue-in-cheek contribution to the nation's grand discussion. It will include lots of opportunities for comment and questions from the floor.
A few tickets are still available from The Stand's website.