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Andy Wood - Street Performer available to book through Aurora's Carnival

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Andy Wood started working as a street performer in Covent Garden in 1995 with his brilliant street character Tiger Bond - brother of James Bond.
Loads of jokes. Loads of juggling. Crazy stunts. Barefaced cheek. That's all you need as long as you have the bravura to throw yourself to the mercy of a vast horde of sightseeing public who are hungry for entertainment but will chew you up and spit you out for breakfast - if your show's not up to scratch!
As part of the audience participation knife throwing he used to choose a volunteer who could not speak English so he could 1) Frighten the audience; 2) Demonstrate the great fluency English people usually have at speaking English. If you think of Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) in Fawlty Towers you are along the right lines.

 Andy Wood's alter ego - Tiger Bond.

  Andy also entertains as a Jester, Will Tease, performing feats of juggling and balancing on his walking globe. He is also proficient on the devilstick and has been seen on many occasions "standing around" as a Human Statue.

Andy Wood - Jester, available to book through Aurora's Carnival.

Andy Wood - Jester.

Andy Wood, on his walking globe, entertains a policeman.


Andy Wood - Human Statue of Nelson at Ladbrookes.

Will Tease Jester

Andy Wood - Devilsticking.


To book Andy Wood,
or for further information, contact:

Chris Ehrenzeller
Aurora's Carnival
166 Dale Road
Matlock Bath

Mobile: 07710 788671

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