Following a successful debut tour culminating at The Leicester Square Theatre and a recording of a sold out hometown gig, Andrew is back with a brand new show.
After the traumatic event of seeing a revered, legendary comedian literally dying on stage in front of him and the fall out making global news, it’s hard to take anything seriously.
Brutally honest stand-up with free flowing stories and opinions on Prince Andrew, learning Slovakian, “millennial grandparents” and how the people you look up to seem invincible.
He’s become the go-to tour support, in recent years supporting Rhod Gilbert, Rob Brydon, Jason Manford, John Bishop, America’s Brian Regan and on his arena tour Michael McIntyre, including Wembley and the O2.
He’s written on TV shows including Jon Richardson’s Ultimate Worrier, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Lee Mack’s Duck Quacks Don’t Echo and is a regular guest on BBC Radio’s The Rhod Gilbert Show.
Watching The Young Ones with his brothers as an eight year old, at two in the morning on Comic Relief, he realised then that he wanted to be funny in some way. Relaxed and improvisatory, Andrew Bird is one of those rare comedians who makes friends with his audiences in an instant with his engaging mix of childhood stories and more recent anecdotes. He has supported Rhod Gilbert, Lee Hurst and Michael McIntyre as well as performing internationally. 'Superb... the exciting rising star' (Time Out) 'A natural comedian' (The Stage) 'Beautifully observed and insightful... not only an entertaining story but a very funny hour of fine stand-up' (Chortle) 'Effortlessly engaging and funny as hell' (Rhod Gilbert).
See 8 tour dates featuring Andrew Bird
The Mill Arts Centre
- Spiceball Park Road
- OX16 5QE