JOSH BERRY: Who Does He Think He Is?
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
Multi-award-winning Welsh comedian, Matt Rees, has generated a huge buzz on the circuit over the past few years with his unique brand of well-crafted gags and acerbic delivery earning him high praise from audiences and critics alike.
The deadpan stand-up is a sober drunk and a couple of years ago he had to take a break from comedy to deal with his personal matters, but now he’s back and taking the comedy scene by storm once more. As well as starring in BBC3’s This Country and BBC’s Edinburgh Fringe Highlights, Matt has also recently recorded an episode of BBC2’s Stand Up at BBC Wales, Amazon’s Audible Presents and Stand Up For BBC Radio Wales.
The rising star has won a whole host of awards including Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, Leicester Square Comedian of The Year, Welsh Unsigned Act of The Year and Loaded LAFTAs, as well as being nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer.
Matt works across the board of the top UK clubs, such as The Comedy Store and the Glee Club and has also been feature at the leading comedy/music festivals such as Latitude, Reading, Leeds, Green Man and the fantastically off-beat Welsh festival, Machynlleth Comedy Fest. Matt has also provided tour support for the likes of Joe Lycett, John Robins, Elis James, Patrick Kielty as well as Tig Notaro.