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Patrick started gigging in 2002, and has played virtually every comedy club in Scotland as well as many in England, including The Comedy Store Leicester Square, Jongleurs Battersea, The Buzz Club, The Cellar Bar in Dublin as well as clubs in Newcastle ,Manchester, and Torquay.
The year 2003 seen Patrick reach the national finals of the Channel 4 competition "So you think you're funny" at the Edinburgh Festival, and a whole series of gig at the world famous Edinburgh Fringe. Patrick also performed at various "Late & Live " venues during the festival.
2004 saw Patrick become a Jongleurs regular with regular spots in Glasgow and Edinburgh ,in April of this year Patrick enjoyed the ultimate experience of appearing on stage on Broadway in New York, in a the highly acclaimed "Matt McGinn Tribute Concert.
2005 seen Patrick promote and compere a very successful show at the Leicester Comedy Festival, as well as performing in a variety of places from The Hebrides Island, Torquay and Melton Mowbray, again demonstrating the universal appeal of his humour. The Big Smoke of London was again a calling point for Patrick with gigs at Jongleurs in Camden and Battersea, proving he has Capital Appeal.
Patrick has also hosted and presented a nightly TV chat show on regional TV station, Thistle TV, where he interviewed personalities from sport, politics and comedy. He also has a regular sell out gig in his hometown "An Evening With Patrick Rolink and Friends", and also organised the yearly Lanarkshire Comedy Festival, which has brought top comedy acts to many towns in the Lanarkshire area.
addition to his comedy work, Patrick regularly comperes events, most notably the
DVD "Lord Of The Wing" a film about football legend Jimmy Johnstone,
which has so far sold in excess of 60,000 copies. He has twice compered the biggest
St Patrick's Day festival in Scotland, and also participated in "The Stand-Up
150" in 2003, in which he and other comedians entered the Guinness Book of
Records. Patrick also appeared in, and won an edition of the BBC quiz, "The
diversity that knows no bound Patrick also reached number 17 in the UK charts
in 2002 as a backing singer on the single "Best Day Of Our Lives".