Addy Van Der Borgh
An Audience With Peter
Angie Le Mar
Anthony J Brown
Saturday 0th Jun, '03-
I've seen Andy Bone on a few occasions now and my appreciation of him grows each time. In some ways reminiscent of Bill Bailey, he has a subtle, surreal take on things we all identify with, delivered with charm, sincerity and warmth.
Saw Andy Bone in Edinburgh on the weekend. He turned a bloody weird gig into a good night. Seems like a nice bloke. I like his mix of surreal stuff and heartfelt stuff about his family.
I saw Andy Bone in Cardiff. I and the vast majority of the audience did not laugh. In fact some of his material was quite sick.
Saw Andy Bone earlier this month in Bath and his material did have a weird appeal: I felt he didnt grab every opprtunity in his performance but has an innate funny-ness which would make him a superb comedy actor. I'd definitely watch him again as it was so surreal at times (I thought he was going to get hit at one point) I feel I need to revisit it
I saw Andy at Gypsy Hill and he handled the audience - chopsy buggers - with a mix of charm, cheek and nicely improvised retorts.A snotty review...
I saw Andy at this year's Edinburgh Fringe and thought he was brilliant. Funny and insightful. Plus, anyone who can kick off their set with a Lionel Ritchie gag has got to be a legend.
Andy is an underated comic and deserves to go far.
I have seen Andy in three different locations, and always a good laugh ! He kinda adapts himself to the crowd as oppossed to just a pre-rehearsed act.