Andy Smart

Andy Smart

Date of birth: 16-06-1959
Former street entertainer Andy Smart was once part of a double act with Angelo Abela, called The Vicious Boys, who in the mid-Eighties appeared on various TV shows including The Tube, Saturday Starship and the Six O'Clock before they were given their own LWT show called Wake Up London.

In 1985 Janet Street Porter asked the Vicious Boys to provide the comedy on Get Fresh a two-hour live outside broadcast every Saturday morning, and they went on to present American Football coverage on Channel 4.

The next three years were spent touring, including many trips to New York and two runs in Australia, but the duo split up in 1990. Smart then began a new career as a stand-up.

He has performed at 20 consecutive Edinburgh festivals, including solo shows in 1993 ( Look Back At Danger) and 1998 (a paean to marijuana called The Dope) and he has been a permanent member of the Comedy Store Players improv team since 1995.

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Upcoming Dates

The Comedy Store Players

Date: Sun 30 Apr 2017
Venue: Comedy Store
Price: £17 (£12 concs)
Info: With Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence, Richard Vranch, Lee Simpson, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

The Comedy Store Players

Date: Wed 3 May 2017
Venue: Comedy Store
Price: £17 (£12 concs)
Info: With Josie Lawrence, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Neil Mullarkey, Andy Smart, Stephen Frost
Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

The Comedy Store Players

Date: Sun 7 May 2017
Venue: Comedy Store
Price: £17 (£12 concs)
Info: With Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Neil Mullarkey and Andy Smart

Show starts: 19:30 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2004

The Dumb Waiter (2004 Fringe)


Edinburgh Fringe 2010

Rupert Pupkin Collective


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