Biography

Andrew is a writer and comedian.  He is the co-writer of internet sensation Jonathan Pie, the spoof news reporter created by Tom Walker.  Andrew started writing for Pie in December 2015, and since then has collaborated with Tom on weekly online videos and a live show which toured the UK culminating in a sell-out performance at the London Palladium.  Their online video responding to the US election result has had in excess of 130 million views.

Andrew recently appeared at the Soho Theatre, London, in his fifth solo stand-up show Future Tense.  Andrew's previous solo stand-up shows are Minimalism!, Zero Tolerance, Whatever it Takes, and Crash Course in Depravity.  All five of his solo shows have run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

His plays include Borderland (national tour for 7:84, Scotland), Jimmy Murphy Makes Amends (BBC Radio 4) and The Second Mr Bailey (BBC Radio 4).  He is currently working on a new play Reacher's Point which will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2017.

He has worked on a number of musicals with Craig Adams, including adaptations of Terry Pratchett’s Soul Music (Rose Theatre, Kingston), Carlo Collodi’s The Adventures of Pinocchio (Castle Theatre, Wellingborough), and Dodie Smith’s The Hundred and One Dalmatians (Castle Theatre, Wellingborough).  Last year he adapted Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels for the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, in collaboration with platinum-selling singer/songwriter Duke Special.  Andrew and Duke Special are currently working on an adaptation of Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn for the Lyric Theatre, Belfast.

Writing credits - comedy

JONATHAN PIE: LIVE (co-written with Tom Walker)
Edinburgh Fringe and national tour 2016-2017 for Phil McIntyre Entertainments.

GRAEME OF THRONES (co-written with Dan Evans and Toby Park)
World tour 2016-2017.

DEATH IN GREENWICH
Pleasance Theatre London 2012.

SHAMLET
King's Head Theatre London 2006. Edinburgh Fringe 2003.

WAR ON MUCKLE ROE
Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 2004 for 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland

CHRISTIE & DOYLE'S AXIS OF EVIL (co-written with Bridget Christie)
Edinburgh Fringe 2005.

Writing credits - drama

REACHER'S POINT
Currently in development for BBC Radio 4.

SCRUMPING
Currently in development.

THE SECOND MR BAILEY
BBC Radio 4 afternoon play 2010.

JIMMY MURPHY MAKES AMENDS
BBC Radio 4 afternoon play 2008.

BORDERLAND
National tour for 7:84 Theatre Company Scotland 2005.

Writing credits - musicals

HUCKLEBERRY FINN (book and lyrics)
Music by Duke Special. Currently in development for Lyric Theatre Belfast.

THE GUINEA PIG CLUB (book and lyrics)
Music by Craig Adams. Currently in development for Perfect Pitch.

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (book and lyrics)
Music by Duke Special. Produced by YMT UK for Lyric Theatre Belfast 2015.

SOUL MUSIC (book and lyrics)
Music by Craig Adams. Produced by YMT UK for Rose Theatre Kingston 2014.

THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO (book and lyrics)
Music by Craig Adams. Castle Theatre Wellinborough 2014.

THE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIANS (lyrics)
Music by Craig Adams. Castle Theatre Wellingborough 2013.

THE WORLD MUST BE PEOPLED (book)
Music and lyrics by Jonny and the Baptists. Soho Theatre 2012 for Nabokov.

THE HOUSE OF LADY BABYON (book and lyrics)
Bad Physics Theatre 2012.

Stand-up comedy shows

ANDREW DOYLE: FUTURE TENSE
Soho Theatre 2017. Edinburgh Fringe 2016.

ANDREW DOYLE: MINIMALISM!
Soho Theatre 2016. Glasgow Comedy Festival 2016. Edinburgh Fringe 2015.

ANDREW DOYLE: ZERO TOLERANCE
Glasgow Comedy Festival 2015. Gibraltar Fringe 2015. Edinburgh Fringe 2014.

ANDREW DOYLE: WHATEVER IT TAKES
Soho Theatre 2013. Leicester Comedy Festival 2013. Glasgow Comedy Festival 2013. Edinburgh Fringe 2012.

ANDREW DOYLE'S CRASH COURSE IN DEPRAVITY
Glasgow Comedy Festival 2012. Edinburgh Fringe 2011. Leicester Comedy Festival 2011. Brighton Fringe 2011.

SEX AND HUGS AND FORWARD ROLLS (with James Acaster and Ben Van Der Velde)
Edinburgh Fringe 2010. Brighton Comedy Festival 2010.

THE HOLY TRINITY (with Joleed Farah and Ben Van Der Velde)
Edinburgh Fringe 2009. Leicester Comedy Festival 2009. Brighton Comedy Festival 2009.