ANDREW RYAN NEWS
Congratulations to Phil Jerrod and Romesh Ranganathan who won the Best New Act and Best New Show awards respectively at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival last night.
Also nominated were Andrew Ryan for Best New Show and Elliot Steel for Best Debut.
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Irishman Andrew Ryan made his comedy circuit debut in 2008 when he spontaneously entered an open mike contest. Fast-forward to 2016 and he is now one of the most sought after comics to emerge in recent years, in demand as a headliner and an MC at the biggest comedy clubs and festivals across Ireland and the UK.
Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanor makes him a natural observational stand up. He performed his debut hour show Ryanopoly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, with follow ups in 2014 and 2015. 2016 saw Andrew return to the Edinburgh Fringe with his new show Ruined – a total sell-out with extra dates added.
Andrew has performed stand-up on Russell Howard’s Good News and Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live, Comedy Central at The Comedy Store, The Blame Game, Alex Zane’s Funny Rotten Scoundrels on London Live and Live for MIND on Comedy Central. Andrew is also a regular panelist on BBC Radio Manchester and MUTV.
Andrew also starred in TalkSport’s viral hit Chelsea Fans Claim To Know About Players That Don’t Exist that has attracted just under 1.5 million views on YouTube.
In 2014, Andrew plans to return to the Edinburgh Fringe with his follow up show Life of Ryan.
He has performed stand-up on BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Comedy Central Live at The Comedy Store, and Alex Zane’s Funny Rotten Scoundrels. He has appeared as a guest on Sky Sunrise and as a regular panelist on BBC Radio.
‘A slight bemusement at the world, and a vulnerable like-ability that has the audience immediately on-side… impossible not to warm to him’ – Chortle
‘An hour of hilarious comedy’ – EdFestMag
‘Hard not to enjoy’ – The Daily Record
‘Made his set look easy, left us wanting more. A must see act’ – The Stage
‘Well written, well paced, delivers plenty of laughs’ – The Mirror