Adam Ethan Crow has just returned from a five week run at The Improv and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles California. Before which he supported Flight of The Concords star, Rhys Darby on tour, playing to sold-out 3000 seat auditoriums. Now he’s back in the UK for a limited time before returning to the US in April.
Adam’s poignant yet laid-back show knits together surreal musings and tall tales based on a life littered with extreme highs and disturbing lows.
“From beatings to arrests to yep, dead ex-girlfriends, his stories are all told from the heart and humour is his way of dealing with all the things that have happened to him. Crow makes a great effort of engaging the audience in the show, which helps you get involved in his life’s journey... Extremely well thought-out, smart humour.” (Chortle Aus)
“Certainly Mr Crow has a good deal of talent, interacting with the audience with an ease many comics would be envious of. His calm, self-assured delivery has something of the preacher about it, helped along by his seemingly unshakeable positivity. His occasionally self-deprecating bent is endearing and his confessional humour is both brave and unexpectedly funny.” (EdGuide.com)
Adam’s television and radio credits include: The BBC, Sky TV, Channel 4, Channel five, Carlton TV, Buena Vista, STV, ITV and more recently the new ‘Loaded TV’ Chanel; which will be broadcast in December 2012.
Adam’s new DVD, which was filmed at The Wellington Opera House NZ before a sell-out audience of 3500 people, will be on general release in February 2013.
As seen on 2011 BBC TV's Comic Relief and ITV's Stand-Up Comedy Heros.
Quotes from 2012:
'Brilliant!' Billy Connolly
‘The Evolution of Crow’ is the stand-out stand-up performance to see at this year's Melbourne International Comedy Festival.' (www.melbournefestival2012.com)
Crow’s presentation of his material was flawless. Once again the audience was in hysterics and clapping furiously." (ArtsHub 2012)
"Adam Crow stunned the audience with his observations, challenged their beliefs and triggered genuine laugh-out-loud moments. It was a sensational confessional laced with savage one-liners.
(Stars: ★★★★ Herald Sun 2012)
Quotes from 2011:
“A totally different kind of comedy, from a totally different kind of comedian. ” (Mark Aldred Kiss FM)
"clever soul-baring stand-up... his snappy one-liners place him in good company with the likes of Diablo Cody and Quentin Tarantino." (The List)
"top-notch material, mixed in with some very courageous personal stories."(EdinburghGuide.com)
"The show is original, quirky and really smart, one of the finest performances I’ve seen at the Fringe!" (Fresh-Air FM)
“all told from the heart. Extremely well thought-out, smart humour." (Chortle)
"non-stop laughs. Intelligent, quirky and brilliantly delivered comedy." (Herald Sun)
"His jokes are some of the rudest, but they are also some of the funniest." (The Stage)
“excellent, hilarious, brilliant, edgy.” (Edfringe.com)
Quotes from earlier:
"Crow handled the room slickly and confidently while leaving enough room for spontaneity” (The Scotsman)
“Crow had the audience in stitches!”(Scotland on Sunday)