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Joe Lycett

Although a relative newcomer to the comedy circuit, Joe is a hugely talented up-and-coming comedian with an unaffected, relaxed and effortless stage presence. An appealing, engaging and natural performer, his original, anecdotal material and perfectly observed characters have led him to progress rapidly since his first gig at the Comedy Store in Manchester in February 2008.

He appeared at Latitude Festival 2009 on the main comedy stage as well as at Robin Ince's Book Club and recently wrote, produced and performed sketches for TV and Radio production company Brown Eyed Boy. At the Edinburgh Festival 2009 he performed 70 times, some as part of The Lunchtime Club, as well appearances at BBC Comedy Presents, TimeOut Comedy Presents, Spank!, Comedy Countdown, Robin Ince's Book Club, Amused Moose Hot Starlets, Twinge Party and more.

Winner: Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2009

Winner: Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2009

Runner-up: Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2009  

Runner-up: Latitude New Act of the Year 2009

Nomination: Best Newcomer at LOL! Comedy Awards 2009

Finalist: CityLife Comedian of the Year 2008

Semi-finalist: So You Think You’re Funny 2008

Finalist: Anything For Laffs Competition 2008

Edinburgh Fringe 2008: Amused Moose Hot Starlet

Regular contributor: The Andy Crane Show (BBC Radio Manchester)

'Joe Lycett is one of the strongest emerging comedy talents we've seen in a long time. This young man has a huge future.' - TimeOut

'His set may revolve around only the slightest of anecdotes, but he draws them out with the skill of an accomplished storyteller.' '...complete package of innate comic charm and warm wit.' - Chortle

'...subtle, witty, and scathing.' - ThreeWeeks

'an impressive set with a lovely, highly expressive stage presence and nicely original material.' - Manchester Evening News

'A natural comic performer with real promise of a big career ahead of him.' - Mirth Control