Joe Lycett




Having added a Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nomination at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe to his Best Newcomer award at the 2010 Chortle Awards, it's no secret that Joe is a hugely talented up-and-coming comedian with an unaffected, relaxed and effortless stage presence. An appealing, engaging and natural performer, Joe has progressed rapidly since his first gig at the Comedy Store in Manchester in February 2008.
Joe's recent television appearances include ITV2's Celebrity Juice, BBC3's Sweat the Small Stuff, Never Mind the Buzzcocks on BBC2 and Chris Addison's E4 series Show and Tell.
Joe's varied experience as a voice over artist has also encouraged his appearances on both television and radio, most notably for his recent work on ITV2's notorious reality series Magaluf Weekender. His articulacy and natural story-telling style means that he is often invited onto radio shows to discuss the week's topics - The Josh Widdicombe Show on XFM, The Richard Bacon Show on Radio 5 Live and The Scott Mills Show on Radio 1 being notable examples.
In August 2012, Joe performed his highly anticipated debut solo hour Some Lycett Hot at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The show was true to Joe's style; hilarious and charming, mischievous and entertaining and was a hit with critics and audiences alike. It sold out its month run, securing Joe with a Foster's Comedy Award Best Newcomer nomination and helping him to gain a Chortle Award nomination for Best Compere.
Joe returned to the Soho Theatre, London with Some Lycett Hot for a sold out four night run in February 2013. In 2013 Joe returned to the Fringe with a solo show entitled 'If Joe Lycett Then You Should've Put A Ring On It.'
Rising talent Joe Lycett already possesses the confidence and relaxed, homely charm of an old campaigner.   The Times
Joe Lycett is one of the strongest emerging comedy talents we've seen in a long time. This young man has a huge future.  Time Out

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