Amy Howerska: Serious Face

Comedy (satire, clown)

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Description

Non TV-famous, non award-winning comic Amy Howerska returns because she's not yet learnt her lesson. Through a series of errors (love), Howerska has accidentally found herself Californian. As her friends beg her 'not to get all American', Howerska knows that she will never be that confident. But she’s made some loltastic stories out of it; you know, 'Americans are like this and Brits are like ‘ello governor' sort of comedy, but not rubbish. As heard on BBC Radio 4 and in your local shop buying Wotsits. BBC Writers Room writer. 'Sardonic, charismatic and teasing' (Scotsman).

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One4Review (4/5 stars) 111 days ago

The show opened with a gentle stroke on the head for those of us nearest the aisle, and a reference to a mid-nineties pop song, a niche and risky opener that Ms Howerska named and claimed with confidence. Ms Howerska … Read More...

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ThreeWeeks (3/5 stars) 112 days ago

Amy Howerska has moved to the US for marital reasons. Aside from culture clash observations, the first half of her set is mostly upbeat stuff about being happily in love, not only with her husband but also with his family, and Howerska owns it all winningly. The latter half contrasts...

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