Andy Storey: Still (Awkward) Life

Comedy (stand-up)

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Description

'It's difficult, I think, being a human person.' Happy behind curtains closed and determined to keep the world at arm's length, Andy examines the painfully awkward moments of life (social conventions, strained human interactions, self-help, self-doubt and transporting a single potato) with a super dry wit and relaxed charm. After the success of his 2018 show Awkward, Andy returns to examine our odd lives under his pedantic microscope. Expect tight stand-up comedy in a relaxed and inclusive atmosphere. 'Andy is so dry he is arid... better than a bottle of Pinot' (Sue Pollard).

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Scott 27 days ago

Lovely guy, very funny, with lots of excellent quick fire material. Covered a lot in an hour, and none of it was filler, very slick and well thought out. Andy covers awkwardness very well, and has a great interaction with the audience. The finale will leave you with a big smile! Would gladly watch him again, and one of my favourites on this year's Fringe.


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