Award winning comedian and comedy writer, Andy Hamilton is in such demand he must return to the road once again this summer, with his sell-out show, Change Management.
In his early days, Hamilton appeared regularly in popular television and radio shows like Have I Got News for You, The News Quiz and QI. Since joining the BBC in the late ‘70’s, Hamilton has not only appeared as a guest in many popular show but has written for them too; he co-wrote for Outnumbered from 2007-2014 and for the beloved television sketch show The Two Ronnies. His latest tour Change Management (which comes to Brighton Dome on Sun 27 May) explores the fact of change, something we all experience in our lives, whether it be good or bad, like how did we start working longer hours? Where did the sparrows go?
Whether the inescapability of change is fair or not, Hamilton teaches how to deal with these changes and ones that are yet to come. There’s something lovable about this comedian’s style of topical satire which has kept him on and around our media for all these years. Better yet, he’s just released a debut novel which touches upon the shallows of modern media culture and the dysfunctional relationship we all have with the idea of ‘celebrity’.