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Joe Lycett: More, More, More! How Do You Lycett? How Do You Lycett? review

This is a show that is fantastical, impressive and unbelievably funny, it's exactly what great comedy should be.

Clownster, 1st July 2022

Joe Lycett, Eventim Apollo review - prankster goes long-form

Lycett has used social media to great effect to prank the corporate (and seemingly irony-free) world.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 1st July 2022

Arrest that joke! A history of gags so offensive that punters called the cops

Stand-up Joe Lycett has revealed that he was reported to police for one of his routines. From Sacha Baron Cohen to Jo Brand, Brian Logan looks at what happens when laughter and the law collide.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 28th June 2022

Joe Lycett at the Eventim Apollo review

Brummie stand-up shows when it comes to comedy with a message, he's still very much the boss.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 27th June 2022

Joe Lycett is in no danger of being silenced

An inoffensive comedian, swimming with the tide, has nothing to fear from the authorities, says Simon Evans.

Simon Evans, Spiked, 22nd June 2022

Joe Lycett reported to the police after fan finds joke too offensive

The comedan made the revelation on Twitter on Tuesday (21 June), saying that the police "had a duty to investigate" him over the quip featured in his current tour.

Jacob Stolworthy, The Independent, 21st June 2022

Edinburgh TV Awards 2022 nominees

After Life, Mandy, Motherland, Sex Education, Stath Lets Flats and The Outlaws are amongst the nominees for the Edinburgh TV Awards 2022.

British Comedy Guide, 16th June 2022

Joe Lycett to host C4 Big Pride Party

Joe Lycett is to host a live two-hour "big queer party" this summer on Channel 4.

British Comedy Guide, 9th June 2022

BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 open for entries

The BBC New Comedy Awards 2022 is now open for entries. The deadline to apply is 3rd July.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd May 2022

Joe Lycett review - pranks, partygate and ghostly goats

From his parody Sue Gray report to his Twitter spat with Alan Sugar, the new stage show by the loveably impudent joker collects and comments on his most successful comic stunts.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 22nd May 2022

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