William Andrews: Willy

Presented by Fight in the Dog

A joyful return to stand-up for this cult idiot. William is wholeheartedly embracing the Willy he always was, telling remarkable stories with a beguiling blend of daft creativity and ingenuity. Yes, he was in Alan Partridge, for like a tiny bit. Yes, he had a spot on Him and Her. Yes, he was in the second series of Broadchurch (the one that didn't make sense), but no, for the last time, he wasn't in Horrible Histories (he was in the other one). 'All hail the comedians you could never clone' (Times).

“His off-kilter musings... are as funny as they are compelling” **** Chortle

“It all unspools like a stream of consciousness but there is never any doubt that Andrews is in control” **** ipaper

“Willy is wilfully stupid and in touch with its juvenile origins” “an imaginative and humane portrait of mid-life crisis” **** Scotsman

Comedy
20:40 03 Feb
Studio - The Vaults, Leake Street
20:40
£10.00
1hr 00m
12+
As Heard On RadioAs seen on TVTheatrical
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Dates

Sunday 3 February Sun 3 Feb 20:40 Book Now

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Fight in the Dog

William Andrews: Yes, he was in Alan Partridge, for like a tiny bit. Yes, he had a spot on Him and Her. Yes, he was in the second series of Broadchurch (the one that didn't make sense), but no, for the last time, he wasn't in Horrible Histories (he was in the other one). 'All hail the comedians you could never clone' (Times).

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Yes, he was in Alan Partridge, for like a tiny bit. Yes, he had a spot on Him and Her. Yes, he was in the second series of Broadchurch (the one that didn't make sense), but no, for the last time, he wasn't in Horrible Histories (he was in the other one). 'All hail the comedians you could never clone' (Times).