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"Murrell looks flash and his material's just as sharp" - Evening Standard, 2000

The last eighteen months has been a highly successful time for Andrew: First one-hour solo show at the Edinburgh Festival, one month performing at the Smirnoff Comedy Festival in Durban and Cape Town, South Africa, and regular gigs in such countries as Dubai, Bahrain, Ireland (Dublin, Cork, Galway, Derry and Belfast) and Holland (The Comedy Café Amsterdam and cities across Holland as part of the Lucky Strike Comedy Tour)

"Laid-back and dry, Murrell has some hilarious skits and is a brilliant impersonator" - Cape Times, 1999

His laid-back, happy-go-lucky approach allows him to gently guide the audience through life as he knows it. The material combines finely tuned physical impressions with clever, verbal twists and delightful one-liners. From hapless victim to harmless villain, you cannot help but like him.

From being a finalist in Hackney Empire's 1997 New Act Competition and gaining nominations in So You Think You're Funny, Edinburgh 1997 and BBC Newcomers Comedy Writing Competition 1997 Andrew is now headlining clubs around the country. He is a regular at all eight Jongleurs Clubs, The Comedy Café, Up The Creek, Jestesr and The Glee, to name but a few.

As well as great performing skills, Andrew's comedy writing ability has been widely recognised in both TV and Radio.
Andrew has been commissioned as scriptwriter for such shows as:
C4's The Eleven O Clock Show, 2000,
C4's Judge Mental, 1999,
C4's The Richard Blackwood Show, 1998 & 1999,
C4's Get Up Stand Up,
BBC2's Comedy Nation,
GLR's 'Dotun Odabeyo Show' and
Radio Choice FM's The Geoff Schumann Show.

Andrew's TV appearances include:
Live At Jongleurs series 5, February 2000,
ONDigital Net.Com, September 1999,
ITV's Comedy Café, August 1999,
The Comedy Factory, Channel 3 on Dutch TV, May 1999,
BBC Choice's The Loafers, January 1999,
Carlton's The Warehouse, July 1997,
BBC2's The A-Force Blouse & Skirt, July 1997 and
BBC2's Comedy Nation, January-April 1997.