Andrew Lawrence: Clean
  • West End

BRITISH COMEDY GUIDE RECOMMENDED SHOW 2018 Andrew Lawrence, star of Live at The Apollo and Michael McIntyre's Roadshow and UK comedy's foremost contrarian takes a break from all the controversy in this new show. No politics. No religion. No smut. No swearing. Just great jokes and good clean fun. "Master of dark humour and a political provocateur in recent years, Clean sees stand-up Andrew Lawrence remind audiences of his ability to write and deliver clean, non-partisan humour just as well any other comic." - British Comedy Guide "Superbly intelligent, highly articulate and deeply sour" - The Spectator "His show is funny. Lawrence's material is dark and deeply self-deprecating, bitter and somehow managing to be both biting and tongue in cheek, which is difficult to do without drawing blood. He has, he tells us, always regarded comedy as a barometer for freedom of speech. If it is, then we are heading into a deep depression. He is a wonderful technician and if you cannot appreciate what he does up there on his comedy tightrope, juggling shock, disgust, outrage and laughter, then I am truly sorry for you." - The Scotsman

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