Artwork for Andy Parsons: Bafflingly Optimistic: Andy stands with a disappointed expression in front of a white brick wall holding three balloons which each have cartoon smiley faces.

Andy Parsons: Bafflingly Optimistic

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As seen on Netflix, Amazon Prime, BBC iPlayer, Live at The Apollo and Mock the Week.

‘For those who worry that we are going to hell in a handcart, Parsons will at least make you enjoy the ride’
The i.

‘Hysterical’
The Mirror

‘Punchline King’
The Guardian

‘Laugh Out Loud Funny’
Sunday Telegraph

‘Surprisingly ripped’
Rob Beckett


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★★★★★

The List

★★★★★

The Scotsman

★★★★★

The Herald

Age 14+
This performance contains strong language.

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Date
Friday 27th Sep 2024
Time
07:30 PM
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