Preview of “Awkwardian” by Andy Storey

Event Details

Where:
OPEN Ealing Arts Centre W5 2TD

When: 27 May -
Thursday 6:30 pm
Price: All Donations to the Comedian

Join us for the preview of “Awkwardian”, Andy Storey’s Brighton Fringe Show.

Thursday 27 May

6.30 – 7.10 pm

This is a FREE event but you must book as tickets are limited. Seating can be arranged in pods of twos or fours.

Book a ticket for “Awkwardian: Snapshots from an Anxious Life” – click on this link

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About the Show

Are you socially awkward? Do you worry about your reaction face when someone else is talking? Do you use your partner as a human shield at a social gathering? Fellow Awkwardian Andy Storey shares vivid snapshots from his anxious existence.

Journeying into a misanthropic and awkward past, Andy’s delicious slant on social encounters is a wicked quagmire of self-mortification. “To put it simply, every time I leave the house, or meet another human person, something inevitably goes cringe!”

My show is for the outsiders, the socially anxious, the people who see and feel too much and the ordinary eccentrics who get by from day to day. Expect stand-up comedy with an inclusive and relaxed vibe.

About Andy

Born and raised in the North of England, Andy Storey is one of the most exciting and original rising stars of the post alternative comedy scene. His deliciously dry sense of humour, and effortless performance style mark him out as a refreshing, albeit positively cynical new voice in comedy.

Andy Storey began comedy in 2010. His accolades include:

  • winner of The Squeakies Clean Comedy 2012
  • runner up for Up The Creek One to Watch 2012
  • finalist for Piccadilly Comedy Club New Act 2016, for BBC Radio New Comedy Act Award 2015, for Leicester Square New Act 2012, and Golden Jester 2013
  • semi finalist for So You Think You’re Funny 2012

“Storey says the type of things on stage that comics wish they had thought of first.” Tim Clark – Writer for Jonathan Ross and Phil Jupitus

Sharp and funny…a wistful Alan Bennett quality.” The Herald

Distinctive and very funny‘ Glenn Moore – Mock The Week

Very original.” David Walliams – Britain’s Got Talent 2020.

Determinedly low key…Storey boasts a style and charm…truly funny.” Ed Fest Mag.

An utterly singular character, which is rare in comedy, and very very funny.” Tom Greeves – Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh 2016.

Clever routines.” Bruce Dessau – London evening Standard.

Slick relaxed delivery that packed the gags in…keeping the audience laughing.” Steve Bennett – Chortle.

Join us for this Preview of “Awkwardian: Snapshots from an Anxious Life” – book your ticket.