Andrew Doyle is a writer, broadcaster and comedian. His musical theatre work includes adaptations of Terry Pratchett’s Soul Music (Rose Theatre, Kingston) for BYMT, Carlo Collodi’s The Adventures of Pinocchio (Castle Theatre, Wellingborough), and three shows for the Lyric Theatre in Belfast in collaboration with musician Duke Special: Tony Macaulay’s Paperboy (for BYMT), Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (for BYMT), and Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn.
As a stand-up, Andrew has written and performed seven live shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, four of which transferred to the Soho Theatre in London. In 2019 he toured the UK with Friendly Fire, a stand-up show produced by Phil McIntyre Entertainments. He is also the creator of the satirical character Titania McGrath. Under this persona he has written two books and a live show in London’s West End.
Andrew’s plays include Borderland (national tour for 7:84 Theatre Company, Scotland) and four dramas for BBC Radio 4: The Second Mr Bailey, Jimmy Murphy Makes Amends, Poster Girl, and Reacher’s Point. He presents a weekly television show on GB News called Free Speech Nation.
His most recent book is Free Speech and Why It Matters, published in 2021 by Constable.
Follow Andrew on Twitter: @andrewdoyle_com