Joe Lycett is an appealing, engaging and natural performer, with an unaffected, relaxed and effortless stage presence. An accomplished storyteller, he can draw out even the slightest of anecdotes with his innate comic charm and warm wit.
Arguably Joe’s finest achievement to date came in the form of the Chortle Best Newcomer accolade in 2010, following such names as Russell Kane and Sarah Millican to claim the title. As well as this crown, he was also a finalist in the BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Award.
Subtle, witty, and scathing. But charming with it.
He can shift from the sublime, to genius, to uproar in the blink of an eye and his sense of fun on stage is extremely engaging. His unaffected manner and boundless energy generate sparks of magic, he loves every performance almost as much as the audience.
His numerous television appearances include ‘Never Mind The Buzzcocks’, ‘The Harry Hill Show’
At the Oak – Sam Avery
Friendly and enthusiastic, his observational style instantly puts audiences at ease allowing him to regale them with his tales of everyday life.
At the Library – Chris Ramsey
This jovial Geordie is sickeningly young and frighteningly talented. This time next year he’ll be a household name, just wait and see!