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has spent the last few years blustering around the comedy circuit, supporting the likes of Josie Long and Noel Fielding and appearing on shows such as BBC 3’s comedy marathon, Nevermind the Buzzcocks and Noel Fielding’s Luxury comedy. He is currently driving around the county in a little Ford Fiesta (midnight blue) previewing his new Edinburgh festival show CATASTROPHE PARTY about how he’s been on tele and lives at his mum’s and is celebrating being in his 10th year as a stand up comedian. Here is what people who apparently matter have said about his previous stand up shows at the old fringe! *Editors note:- hey Joey here, obviously I have only put up kind reviews as my ego is a very fragile beast.2010 – Joey’s second show ‘Joey Page’s Marvellous Human Museum’ saw Joey explore the subject of human species through the off-beat looking glass that is his chaotic mind, received four star reviews and come great feedback.2014 ” you suspect Page is now destined to become a leading name in British cult comedy. – 2009 – The style and subject matter of Joey’s material is unlike that of any other out there. His debut Edinburgh show Eccentric Treasure of the Future earned 5 star reviews and a little army of Page fans. It was also ground-breaking enough to be nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
“Spaced out magical humour” ★★★★★ Three Weeks,
“A very well structured production, full of artful callbacks” – Fest,
“witty, original and clever” ★★★★ The Scotsman,
“The audience continually laughed…well worth an hour of your time” - Edinburgh Spotlight, 2010
“Page is about to evolve into a fascinating comedian” – The Skinny, 2011
‘Wonderfully weird…vivid and vivacious” – Three Weeks
“Surreal, charming and hilarious…one of comedy’s most unique and exciting new talents. This innately likeable young man has an instinct for funny” – Chortle
During the Edinburgh Festival 2000 awarded runner-up in the BBC New Comedy Awards, and since then have travelled all over the place making people laugh: London, Manchester, Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Paris In May 2005, I made history by being the first female comedian (of any nationality) to perform stand-up in Russia (with a translator… it’s a long story).
As well as performing a set, I am also in demand as a compere. My compering work has included a residency at Windsor Arts Centre, Jongleurs, Highlights, the Glee and the Latitude Festival. I have performed at various corporate and charity events around the country. For the past two years it has been my great pleasure to perform at the prestigious
My festival credits include Leicester Comedy Festival, Belfast Comedy Festival, London Respect Festival, Latitude Festival, Edinburgh Festival Big Value Show, OTK Road Show, and the Women in Comedy Festival in Manchester.
Along the way I have made appearances on several TV and radio shows including the now legendary Richard and Judy Show and the completely unknown pilot “School Uniforms”.
“Her conversational delivery is a treat but the chatty tone conceals some surprisingly cutting routines" – The Guardian
“Always enjoyable... Angie McEvoy deserves her own TV show... My favourite comedian by miles.” – Time Out
“Angie McEvoy's laid-back delivery hides a wicked incisiveness that can catch you off guard - as indeed it's meant to.” – Theatre Guide London
“First impressions can be deceptive, and her sweet smile conceals a wonderfully cynical view of the world”.– Chortle
“Any lip from the audience was out-witted by this rising star”. – Belfast News
“Incisive wickedness” – The Stage
At just twenty-three years old, Ivo Graham ‘s gauche charm belies a talent rarely seen in someone so young. The Eton alumnus combines insightful stories of adolescence and fellow students with a sharp witted presence that has rapidly gained him the acclaim of his audience, fellow artists and the critics alike.
Apologetic Eton and Oxford alumnus Ivo started stand-up in 2009 at the age of eighteen and eight months later became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funnyaward for new acts at the Edinburgh Fringe. This led the following year to nominations for Chortle Best Newcomer and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, and performances at Montreal’sJust For Laughs Festival and theHollywood Fringe. Since leaving university in 2012 he has become a regular fixture in the clubs and theatres of the UK comedy circuit, with a gauche charm and crafty, self-aware wit which has proved a hit with audiences of all ages, and led to appearances on BBC3’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live, Comedy Central’s Live at the Comedy Store, and various shows on BBC Radio 4, Five Live, and XFM. His two solo hours, 2013’s Binoculars and 2014’sBow Ties & Johnnies, had sold out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and London’s Soho Theatre, and received a clutch of four and five star reviews, the latter described by the Evening Standard as ‘a joyous show… if you like your comedy with long words and beautiful linguistic flourishes, buy a ticket immediately.’ In 2015, Ivo will be returning to perform his third show at Edinburgh and around the UK.