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News: Andrew Maxwell Leaves The Jungle

Comedian Andrew Maxwell is the second celebrity to leave the jungle in this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. 

The award-winning stand-up comedian was voted out of the ITV show on Sunday night.

He had made a good impression in the camp but had also clashed with former footballer Ian Wright. Maxwell said that the problem was that their personalities were too similar.

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News: I'm A Celeb Comic Andrew Maxwell To Tour In 2020

Mick Perrin Worldwide in association with BBAM are delighted to announce that Andrew Maxwell, currently in a jungle in Australia for I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!, will wash the ants out of his undies and do what he does best – perform stand-up comedy across the UK in 2020 with an all new show, Reality. The tour will begin on 29th April 2020 at Cardiff’s Glee Club and conclude at Brighton’s Komedia on 8th June 2020, taking in an initial total of 26 dates.

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Interview: Andrew Maxwell On I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

Stand-up comedian Andrew Maxwell has put insects on his face to help him prepare for life in the Jungle. And despite being a self-confessed news junkie, the 45-year-old also reveals he is glad he has the perfect excuse to miss listening to the politicians in the run-up to the general election.

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News: It's Official! Andrew Maxwell To Appear In I'm A Celebrity – Full Line-Up Here

It's official – Andrew Maxwell is in this year's I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

The full line-up is as follows:

Ex footballer and broadcaster – Ian Wright MBE
Pop star – Nadine Coyle
‘Rak-Su’ singer – Myles Stephenson
Radio 1 DJ – Adele Roberts
Comedian – Andrew Maxwell
Soap Star– Jacqueline Jossa
Capital Radio DJ – Roman Kemp
Olympian and TV personality – Caitlyn Jenner
Ex England rugby player – James Haskell
TV and radio presenter – Kate Garraway

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News: UK Tour For Andrew Maxwell

Multiple award winner and Edinburgh favourite Andrew Maxwell is set to tour his latest critically acclaimed show entitled ‘Showtime’ in 2019, after a hugely successful première last year at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The show sold out its month-long run at the 600 capacity Assembly George Square Theatre. This is Andrew’s first UK tour in nearly a decade and takes in 39 dates across the UK. 

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News: Andrew Maxwell Fronts Uber Gig At Edinburgh Fringe

Comedian Andrew Maxwell is doing an Edinburgh gig with a difference...in the back of a car. Uber will be offering gigs with the double Edinburgh award nominee and King of Comedy winner from Wednesday 8 to Friday 10 August, booked through the app or via the Fringe website.

The ‘Comedy Car’ gigs will last for 15 minutes, giving passengers a taste of Andrew’s cutting-edge observational comedy and acerbic social commentary while taking in the sights of the Scottish capital from the back of a car.

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News: UK Tour For Andrew Maxwell

Multiple award winner Andrew Maxwell is set to tour his latest show entitled ‘Showtime’ in 2019, after a hugely successful première last year at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This is Andrew’s first UK tour in nearly a decade and takes in 39 dates across the UK. 

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News: London Run for Andrew Maxwell

Andrew Maxwell is to play a run of gigs in London. The ever-insightful Irishman is at the Soho Theatre from February 5 - 10 with his Edinburgh Festival hit Showtime.

Showtime was one of the best-reviewed shows of last year’s Fringe. It is a cocktail of personal stories, political observations and a surprising number of brilliant comedy character cameo’s including a cockney priest and a couple of aggressive but very lovely Italians.

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News: Global Stand-Up Show for Andrew Maxwell

Andrew Maxwell is to be the host of a new Radio 4 show that features stand-ups from all over the world being beamed in via new technology.

Welcome To Wherever You Are refuses to be limited by mere geography when booking guests.

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News: Leeds Comedy Festival Line-Up Announced

The line-up has been announced for the Leeds Comedy Festival, which runs from Tuesday, May 30 to Sunday, June 11.

The festival started small in Leeds’ Cultural Quarter four years ago and has gone on to increase capacity year on year with huge and exciting names in the world of stand-up making their way to the city. This year over 50 comedians will be appearing in multiple city centre venues 

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