Andy Parsons.

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Britain's Hardest Working Comedians of 2017 announced

Gary Delaney has been announced as Britain's Hardest Working Comedian of 2017, in data analysed by Ents24. The full top 20 is in this story.

British Comedy Guide, 5th December 2017

Andy Parsons interview

The former Mock The Week regular, and familiar face from just about every panel show, returns to Norwich Playhouse with his latest show, described as an adlibbing, joke-fuelled rallying cry for a better Britain.

Simon Parkin, Norwich Evening News, 27th November 2017

Andy Parsons at Latitude 2017 review

His half-hour set at the Latitude festival was as much stand-up opinion as stand-up comedy, as he shared the benefit of his wisdom on such topics as NHS privatisation, HS2 and Theresa May's plans for more grammar schools.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 16th July 2017

Andy Parsons: Peak Bullshit - The Lowry, Salford review

Parsons has an easy, likable persona that serves him well throughout the entire ninety-minute set. He delivers his material professionally and is at his best when riffing with the audience, it is these relaxed ad libs that bring the biggest responses of the evening. His prepared material simply draws knowing chuckles, rather than full-on belly laughs, and the audience leaves merely satisfied rather than fully sated.

Paul Maguire, The Reviews Hub, 12th May 2017

Comedy review: Andy Parsons at The Stables, Wavendon

Plenty of Brexit-inspired anger fuels the comedian's latest show -- but it doesn't always coalesce into good jokes.

Clive Davis, The Times, 10th April 2017

Brexitphobic comedians are the real populists

Sneering at the 'enemy within', stand-ups today are bien pensant demagogues.

Patrick West, Spiked, 7th April 2017

Andy Parsons review

Parsons' cynicism about comedy's transformative potential doesn't stop him impaling his political targets with some smart barbs.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 27th March 2017

Review: Andy Parsons, Bristol Old Vic

Andy Parsons recently had a son. He was pleased that the boy looked like him - until he realised that all infants look like him.

Toby O'Connor Morse, Bristol 24/7, 16th November 2015