The King of Comedy (as named by Channel 4) is returning to Dublin to perform as a team captain on the comedy panel series DON’T QUOTE ME! on June 1st & 2nd
Hosted by fellow London based comedian Sean Hughes (Perrier Award Winner, Buzzcocks), DQM – Ireland’s most popular comedy radio series – also stars Fred Cooke, Fiona Looney, Katherine Lynch, Colin Murphy, Jarlath O’Regan, Karl Spain, Eleanor Tiernan & more.
On Thurs June 1st and Fri June 2nd Andrew will join Sean & various guests exploring and dissecting classic quotes from the world of sports, entertainment, the arts, business, politics and lifestyle. If all goes to plan expect mayhem, banter and comedy gold as some of the best minds go comedy head to head. This special live radio recording in The Project Arts Centre is the perfect format for the man from northside Dubliner’s inimitable style. Since beginning stand-up at the age of 18 in Dublin, Andrew has starred in countless TV UK appearances including The Secret Policeman’s Ball, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and been nominated for an if.comedy award, all the while touring the globe with a brilliant and insightful comic view of the state of the world today.
This guy is the real deal and emerging as Ireland’s most engaging and politically aware stand up comedian. Immediately afterwards Andrew heads to Kilkenny’s Cat Laughs to headline shows.
Tickets for Don’t Quote Me! are already selling fast – book today at http://projectartscentre.ie/event/comedy_showhouse/
DON’T QUOTE ME! is a part of Comedy Showhouse, Ireland’s festival of radio comedy taking place over 6 days in the Project Arts Centre from Monday May 31st to Friday June 3rd
More information on Comedy Showhouse at comedy-showhouse-line-up/ with further shows starring Dave Fanning, Tara Flynn, Rose Henderson, Chris Kent, Katherine Lynch, Colum McDonnell, Barry Murphy, Stefanie Pressneir, Deirdre O’Kane, Colm O’Regan, Joe Rooney, Alison Spittle, Paul Tylak & more. All shows are being recorded as live for future broadcast on RTE Radio 1.
Here is Andrew performing live as part of the BBC Comedy Greats at The Apollo Theatre in London talking about the Irish summer, Dublin Zoo and Muslims .