Andrew has performed in over a dozen different countries, at over a hundred different festivals and is equally at home in rowdy comedy clubs as performing to their own cult following.
They co-wrote and starred in Radio 4’s occult sitcom Damned Andrew and authored the book A History Of Heavy Metal, described by Alan Moore as “a comprehensive landmark analysis of an enormous area of music that has been too long without such a thing, and has the massive advantage of the funny being turned up to twelve. A loud and thoroughly engrossing love-story.”
TV credits include Saxondale and their recent Radio 4 stand-up show Pharmacist Baffler proved to be an award-winning hit.
Support from Samantha Day and TBC
Former accountant-turned stand-up comedian, Samantha Day reached the semi-finals of Jason Manford’s Best New Act 2020 just before lockdown and since the world re-opened has been making a name for herself across the UK comedy circuit. Turning to comedy after 30 years in the real world, Samantha Day has a distinctive act that sets her apart from the rest of comedy scene. “The Real deal, a fresh voice tempered by a life full of square peg experience” (Nick Page, English Comedian of the Year)
RESIDENT TOM GLOVER
Originally from Bridport, Tom Glover has been hosting and performing at comedy nights in the south west since 2011. As well as being the resident compere at the Lyme Regis Comedy Club, Tom is also a regular host at the Weymouth Pavilion, Blandford Corn Exchange, Teignmouth Pavilions, and the Jurassic Fields Festival. His solo show A Glover Not A Fighter had a month long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.