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I am relatively new to the comedy scene having started performing in July 2005. In that time I have developed and polished my act with astonishing results.
I have my own individual brand of humour, which has wowed both audiences and critics alike. I intend to develop my comic skills, through hard work, built from my initial success into an individual and marketable headline act in the years to come.
I perform regularly around central London, at places such as the Comedy Store, and Up the Creek, as well as many other venues across the country.
Yet his is brilliantly funny - and there is absolutely no reason why he should be, other than the sheer subversion of the idea of a comedian being a confident, strong personality reeling off sharp jokes.
It is impossible to explain, but can reduce a room to hysterics .. His set is unlike anything you have ever seen ."
WHEEN - THE EVENING STANDARD
"To the Storm Nightclub . For an evening of comedy where the night's star turns out to be 38 year old Edward Aczel . he has the audience weeping with laughter.
Catch him if you can. This a shambling ungainly self sabotaging genius could just be the heir to Tommy Cooper."
Tuesday 14th February 2006
SMITH - THE OBSERVER
"Francis Wheen, the writer, columnist and wit, is impressed He is describing stand-up comedian Edward Aczel, who idolises Woody Allen and learned his unorthodox brand of humour at night school.
Aczel, 38, a project manager for a marketing agency in Aylesbury, Bucks, has been doing comedy for about a year. 'I've always enjoyed making people laugh, and the guys in the office have always said I should be on stage. At Christmas before last I was looking for something to do in the evenings. I read an advert for a course where you can go and learn to be a comic. It was two or three hours every Tuesday evening in Camden for 12 weeks, and it gave me the nerve to stand up in front of an audience. I'd like to make it a career.'
. Aczel, who was runner-up in BBC7's New Comedy Awards last year and has performed at London's Comedy Store, always had potential. 'He has a keen, fine sense of humour,' says a school report."
19th February 2006