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Andrew’s first stand-up gig was on 31 October 2005 on the Wibbley Wobbley Boat. He lasted 12 minutes. It wasn’t a stadium-busting performance but he didn’t get stabbed either.
Since then he’s performed at hundreds of gigs large and small, including regular spots at the Comedy Store, Comedy Café, Chuckle Club and Bearcat Club.
He has been in two Edinburgh shows: “Hello Kittens” and “The Free Three” with Julian Deane and Imran Yusuf:
“The Free Three make a satisfyingly diverse cocktail of style and substance. Subject matter ranges from the absurd to the surreal to the very political, and the laughs are strong and steady.
There are three bright comics here, and plenty to please a wide palette of tastes” Three Weeks
After hosting his own club, Comedy Rocket, every week for a year, Andrew is now a popular and experienced MC.
Andrew also writes scripts for film, TV and corporate events. He works on hit radio shows; most recently Radio 4’s flagship sports comedy “Look Away Now”.
He wrote and starred in “Wonderworld” for BBC7:
“Very good jokes” Paul Mayhew Archer; writer of “The Vicar of Dibley”
Andrew also wrote a radio comedy called “Burn Your Phone”, which was nominated for a Writers’ Guild Award and turned into a BBC2 film starring Alan Cumming.
“Witty, sinister and humane” Mail on Sunday