As we discussed in an interview prior the festival (read it here), Ethan is a self-confessed self-help sceptic but the genre has heavily influenced his show. Ethan told stories of growing up, finding love and looking for meaning in life.
Ethan’s professionalism was evident during the show. He demonstrated good story telling technique as well as a comfortable stage presence both with a microphone and interacting with the smaller crowd. Ethan presented as an experienced comic and not someone embarking on their maiden MICF effort.
The show had many decent level laughs for the majority of the performance, well dispersed throughout the narrative. That said, in the more serious moments, the pace of the show suffered. This is not to say these moments weren’t an interesting part of the show; rather, these moments could have been more succinct.
Despite the pacing and the occasional lul, ‘The Youngest I Am Ever Going To Be’ was a quality show with a good message for audiences to take home.
Check out Ethan Andrews in ‘The Youngest I Am Ever Going To Be’ from 20 to 22 April. For more information and to book tickets, click here.