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James Loveridge

Drawing on the most embarrassing recesses of his own life James is a hilarious storyteller who captivates and entertains audiences with his cheeky yet charming personality. His confident but likable stage presence means he is rarely on the back foot and always delivers his jokes with a smile. In his first year he made the Semi-Final of 'So You Think You're Funny?', won The Comedy Cafe New Act Night on his first attempt as well as beating the King Gong at The Comedy Store in Leicester Square. His solo show ‘James Loveridge: Funny Because It’s True’ and double-act show ‘James And Amy: A Loser’s Guide To Dating’ sold out at the Leicester Comedy Festival and his debut Edinburgh show 'James Loveridge and Other Losers' was met with excellent reviews.

Performed at –
Spank! (Compere London and Edinburgh)
The Comedy Store (Friday Nights)
Up The Creek (Regular Friday Night Performer)
Glee Birmingham
The Comedy Cafe (Won New Acts Nights)
Jongleurs
The Laugh Garage (Sydney)
Downstairs At The Kings Head
Edge Comedy (Exeter)
Angel Comedy (Compere)
Lions Den Comedy Club (Compere)
Regular Gigs for CKP and Mirth Control

Quotes
'**** He had the rest of us in stitches throughout a polished yet ever-evolving act, with asides and quips just as strong his actual jokes' - The Skinny

'**** James is an animated storyteller; an entertainer. His jokes and asides are self-deprecating and sharp, and delivered in such a manner that makes it difficult not to laugh along.' - www.edfringereview.com

‘His tales of provincial misadventure are by far the funniest parts of his set, delivered with witty self-deprecation and perfect timing.' - Three Weeks

'A thoroughly enjoyable storyteller and a charismatic self-deprecator, James treated the audience like a roomful of friends. Interacting with as many people as he could, he entertained the crowd brilliantly between acts and threaded the evening with a real sense of warmth.' - www.whats-on-london.co.uk

'Undeniably great ...you are automatically drawn to his inexplicable way of storytelling that gets you doubled over laughing in seconds.' – www.herdmu.com