Mock The Week funny man to talk of shed heaven
Mock the Week funny man Andy Parsons returns to Croydon to deliver another round of sharp comedy.
With three sell out tours and two DVD releases under his belt Parsons is already a star name among the comedy circuit, but he is back with his new show I've Got a Shed.
Parsons renowned for the brilliant rapport he has with his audiences, says he loves the fact anything can happen when you are performing live.
"It keeps you on your toes. You know the moment you get complacent, that will be the show that bites you on the backside.
"You have to be ready to deal with anything. You could have a black-out or a fire alarm in the theatre. You could trip up on stage or someone in the audience could fall ill."
Recalling a time an audience member vomited while sat in the front row, he adds: "I was the only person who could see what was going on. I was describing it to the audience who had no idea anyone was being sick."
So what can audiences expect from "I've Got a Shed?" Parsons admits audiences are in for an evening of material fuelled by his anger.
He says: "I do get angry about things. Part of the show details the minor things that have upset me and how ridiculous they are."
Andy Parsons; I’ve Got A Shed; Fairfield Halls, Park Lane; November 15, 8pm; £15; call 02086889291 or visit fairfield.co.uk
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