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ANDY QUIRK'S GOT FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS

Comedy

Venue:The Temple Bar, 121 Western Road Brighton BN1 2AD
Phone: 01273 721 501
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstars
MAY 5, 12, 26, JUN 2 at 14:30 (60 min)
 
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East London's premier rapper of first world problems, Andy quirk, and his backup dancer Anna J are on a musical mission to bring fist pumping therapy for modern living to the masses. Mixing up rapid rhymes with a genre hopping soundtrack, they invite the crowd to join their crew in railing against the inconsequential irks of modern living by providing anything from backing vocals to body percussion. Unapologetically frivilous fun.

"...delivers with infectious enthusiasm...demolishing any walls of self-consciousness...he’s even got a backing dancer with moody sass to help build the atmosphere." - Chortle.

"Interaction with the crowd is excellently handled and used to great effect. A great level of showmanship is instantly apparent and the performance space is used in an awesome way in this highly relatable show. The writing is of a very high standard and it translates perfectly from page to stage with superb timing and an ability to switch music genre with ease.​ ☆☆☆☆☆" - Bunbury Magazine.


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August 16, 2017  Bunbury Magazine
Edinburgh 2017 Review
From the start, this show was different to any I’ve seen so far. Aimed at audiences ages 14+, it is a clean break from many shows in the Fringe that have more adult content. Interaction with the crowd is excellently handled and used to great effect. A great level of showmanship is instantly apparent and the performance spaces is used in an awesome wayin this highly relatable show. The writing is of a very high standard and it translates perfectly from page to stage with superb timing and an ability to switch music genre with ease.
In the relaxed atmosphere of this show, the audience are at ease with the interaction kept at a fun, encouraging and friendly level.
Andy’s partner and on-stage support (Andy’s ‘Crew’) was perfect, not only providing a classic R&B feel but managed the audience effortlessly.
Covering topics from Social Media to DIY, this energetic show may be a little different from other shows you’ll see at the fringe but it is excellent and we thoroughly recommend. Click Here

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