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Philip Simon

Jewish Comedian of the Year 2015

Lastminute Comedy / Kill for a Seat Comedian of the Year 2015

As well as many gigs around the UK, for multiple promoters including Miles Crawford of JokeKlub, Richard Minnis of Out of Bounds and Spiky Mike for Funhouse Comedy, Philip has also been doing paid spots (including weekends) at venues such as Covent Garden Comedy, Back Yard Comedy, Jongleurs, Downstairs at the King’s Head, Alexanders in Chester and The Comedy Cafe. He has also been working as a rehearsal guest on BBC TV's Mock the Week.  

Since starting out on the comedy circuit Philip has achieved the following:

Jewish Comedian of the Year 2015
WINNER of the Lastminute Comedy/Kill for a Seat Comedian of the Year 2015
 WINNER of the Lastminute Comedy Vic’s Comedian of the Year 2015 
 Finalist in the Comedy Knights' Fresh Comedian of the Year 2014
 Semi-Finalist in the Montreux Comedy Festival Competition 2014
 Winner of the Comedy Cafe New Act Night - April 2012
 Finalist in the Golden Jester New Act Competition 2012
 Winner of the Comedy Cafe New Act Night  - October 2011

Industry Quotes:

'Philip Simon is never less than hilarious' (The Stage')
'Polished performer who makes everyday subjects funny, even though we sometimes may be embarassed to laugh at his subject 'matter. Excellent stuff...Superb stage presence, very professional and a little bit naughty!' (Alan Sellers, Great Comedy Nights)
'A delightfully polished performer with a flair for observational humour. His twisted take on the everyday has seen him become established as a darn fine opening act with a laconic delivery that is a joy to behold.' (Anthony J Brown, Stage Fright Comedy)
'Philip Simon’s set is a joy. A wry observation of life as a nice Jewish boy...Very funny indeed.' (Cotswold Comedy Club)