Comedy Night: Josh Berry & Tom Lucy
A double-bill from impressionist Josh Berry and stand-up comedian Tom Lucy
Fri 1 Mar 8pm Book Now
Duration: 120 mins
All tickets: £12
Josh Berry is fast achieving worldwide recognition for his impressions. He has been seen on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show as well as heard on several episodes of Dead Ringers (BBCR4) and Newsjack (BBCR4Xtra), and voiced a sketch on Tracey Ullman’s hit BBC1 show Tracey Breaks the News. He also performed his debut solo show, Voice Thief, at the Edinburgh festival with a SOLD-OUT run.
Josh has racked up millions of views across social media and from that was invited onto BBC Five Live Radio and ESPN television coverage of Wimbledon and has since recorded a variety of impressions clips with Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios.
Josh is also the star and writer of, Josh Berry’s Fake News Podcast, produced by Union Jack Radio, available to listen on Spotify.
“Commendable… a solid debut” The Wee Review
At just twenty-two years old, Tom Lucy is one of the youngest professional comedians on the circuit. Tom’s first stand up gig was at the tender age of sixteen, and he now performs regularly for the UK’s top clubs including The Glee Clubs, The Stand, Komedia, and aged nineteen became the youngest ever comedian to play weekends for The Comedy Store.
In 2016 Tom became the youngest winner of the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Award. In 2017 he supported Jack Whitehall on his UK Arena Tour and has also toured as a support act for Kevin Bridges, Michael McIntyre and Rob Beckett.
Tom has taken two sell-out shows to the Edinburgh Festival and picked up accolades such as Best New Comedian at the Fringe from The Sun newspaper in 2017.
Tom’s TV credits include Stand Up Central, Roast Battle and Comedy Central at The Comedy Store.
‘Watch him live and you’ll quickly understand the excitement’ The Guardian
‘The best new comedian I’ve seen in ages. Believe the hype this guy is hilarious’ Jack Whitehall
‘Outstanding young comic and one to watch. Headed for great things!’ Harry Hill
‘Tom Lucy has obvious star quality… self-awareness beyond his years’ Chortle