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Not my cup of tea
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I've seen this show a few times and it's never been the same show twice. Definitely go see it while you still can!
Reviewed by Charlie D.
25 February 2021
Not my cup of tea
“Not my cup of tea”
I’d prefer napalm over tea!
Reviewed by Rebecca W.
30 January 2021
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Review by Amy Kapernick | 20 January 2021

It's no secret that Brits like to visit us Down Under, and Andrew seems to have discovered the secret to staying longer - don't get back on the plane (what, are they going to send him home in a pandemic?).

All jokes aside, this has been a tough year for the performing arts, so with nothing better to spend his time on, Andrew has perfected his show since last March and it shows.

With the dry British humour that is a little like tea (bitter if brewed for too long and not to everyone's liking), if this is your kind of entertainment, you won't be disappointed by the "nothing is off-limits" entertainment that you'll get from this featherweight Brit. Conspiracy theories, the royal family, the British and American governments, cat owners, Australian wildlife and Elton John, after the nightmare that was 2020 (and with more to come), this comedic review of life and the world is the entertainment we all need right now.

If you prefer the more "obvious" humour to a dry wit or prefer not to be offended by your performer, this probably isn't the show for you (and definitely don't sit anywhere near the front row), otherwise come along and find out how Elton John ruins children's birthdays.

So bring your tea (or another beverage of your choice), enjoy the dry British humour of Andrew Silverwood, and find out what a stand-up comedian, judge, professional wrestler and semi-professional football (soccer) player have in common.