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David Jordan

Musical Comedy: A New Hope....

Amid the toxic sea of parody-drenched sonic atrocity that passes for musical comedy, David Jordan stands like a beacon of hope to all whose shoulders slump when they see a "comedian" with a 'guitar'.

David was a finalist in the Brighton Comedy Festival Awards and received a nomination for Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and Piccadilly Comedian of the Year 2016 and won the inaugural Musical Comedian of the Year from the Musical Comedy Festival.
Combining his brilliant voice with carefully crafted, hilarious and edgy songs, though still a comedy fledgling, David has already written jokes for BBC TV’s “Mock The Week”, “Children In Need” &  “Not Going Out”,  BBC Radio Four's, 'The News Quiz', Channel 4’s “8 out of 10 Cats” and music for Comedy Central’s “Seann Walsh World” and Romesh Ranganathan’s “Hip Hop Saved My Life”.

He has even contributed jokes and artwork for Dave’s “Greg Davies’ Taskmaster”.

David is currently branching out into directing, busy writing his first hour show and accompanying book and has a sit-com and sketch-show in development.

He was also hand-picked to support Francesca Martinez, Simon Evans and Zoe Lyons on their respective 2016 UK tours.

“musical masterpieces” – The Argus
“a revival in musical comedy” – The Latest
“beyond hilarious, lyrical genius!” – Outpooch
“six-stringed applause machine” – Chortle
“His impeccable guitar-and-voice simplicity lends something quite different to his music, with complex and interesting tunes matching his slightly sour, cynical worldview perfectly, catch him now.” – TOURWORTHY.COM
“Bold. Brash. Good gags.” – Bruce Dessau
“The Epicenter of joy. Glorious egogeddon” The Argus