Jack Samuel Warner
Jason 'Entertainment' Cooke
Jason John Whitehead
Jefferson & Whitfield
Jonny And The Baptists
BBC Three Comedy Marathon
At the Edinburgh Fringe 2012
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Began stand-up in about 2005
After seeing Joey on many occasions over the last few years I have seen nothing but progression in his confidence, style and material he is truly an original talented act. He is capable of delivering great shows/sets but is also an amazing MC I have never seen an act hold the audience in such a unique charming way.
I saw Joey at Tunbridge Wells. He reminded me of a young Harry Hill, a lot of people didnt get him but I've seen him a number of times and he is clever and innovative. I guess some people don't all have the same sense of humour but why they have to be so negative is beyond me. It takes all sorts and Joey is one of the best offbeat comics there is. You don't get on TV by being awful. so I guess I might be on the right side of the argument.
Saw him on Saturday at Tunbridge Wells Trinity Theatre. He was dire. I mean truly awful. It was painful to watch. Actually, I stopped watching and covered my face - but I still had to listen. I simply have no idea what audience this guy appeals to - drunk students perhaps? He lost the crowd after 5 mins of his performance but still continued for another 20+ mins. When we left he was stood outside, by the main exit. A bit brave I thought, considering how many people's evenings he almost ruined. Steer clear and maybe he'll get the hint and take up a new profession!!!
Saw him booed offstage at Leeds Fest in 2009. He was terrible. I've never seen so many people turn on a 'comedian' in such a short space of time. Lost control of the audience when he compared a heckler to a sex offender. His 'jokes' didn't have any punchlines and there was for to much rambling for it to be a coherent set. Avoid at all costs.
What seems like nonsense, ends up being rambled into hilarity. He has a likeable naivety, and is obviously aware of his unusual approach to writing. Which makes for memorable jokes, and an intelligent writer.
Saw Joey on Friday. One of the cleverest, original new comics. Would love to see someone like this freshen up comedy on tv. He is at the front of a new breed
Pretty terrible, in that not just were the jokes bad, but he took the poor reception they received quite badly, and proceeded to get quite snarky with the crowd, making for a tense atmosphere. He needs to work on his likeability, then work on his material, then I'll possibly consider paying money to see him again.Till then, I'd much rather stay away and not deaden my comedy sensibilities by watching squirm-inducing poorly performed 'arty' non-comedy.
Been to see Joey 3 times and I almost p*ssed myself every time. Probably one of the most original new comedians out there and doing some of the most challenging comedy you could imagine, I think he's incredibly imaginative and original with it, quite fantastic! To those comparing him to Noel Fielding...I would take that as a complement if I was Joey and if you read what Noel has to say about Joey himself I believe it is a complement worth taking. They were great on the same panel on Never Mind The Buzzcocks this week too, I didnít sense any rivalry or Joey trying to steal Noelís thunder at all. Most new comedian aspire to something. At least he's not trying to be the next Russell Brand very blatantly like many are. Yes his style is very surreal and quite quirky but in a brilliant way which is quite refreshing . It just looks like some people have a very limited sense of humour. Keep it up Joey, you're doing great and standing out from the rest.
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Edinburgh Fringe 2009
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Edinburgh Fringe 2010
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Edinburgh Fringe 2011
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Edinburgh Fringe 2013
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