Joey Page
Joey Page

Joey Page

  • Actor and stand-up comedian

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Quarantine questions: Joey Page

Interview with the stand-up Joey Page.

Becca Moody, Moody Comedy, 7th September 2020

Interview: Joey Page

Joey Page found himself in quite a unique position on the day he recorded his stand up special for Nextup as Boris Johnson had just announced that everyone should "Stop non-essential contact with others and to stop all unnecessary travel... You should avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues", and so his sold out gig ended up being performed to a much smaller audience, and became a little different to the one he'd prepared.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 30th July 2020

Joey Page Q&A

BWW catches up with Joey Page to chat about bringing Afterlife to the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 27th July 2019

30 of the best rated comedy acts returning to Fringe

These 30 comedy acts received four- and five-star reviews from The Scotsman critics in 2018 and they're returning to the Fringe in 2019.

The Scotsman, 17th July 2019

Who to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2018?

Want to catch the show everyone's talking about this Edinburgh Fringe?

Harriet Flook, The Mirror, 27th July 2018

Fringe 2018: 21 unmissable comedy recommendations

Edinburgh Fringe season is back upon us once again - so what's worth checking out?

Shaun Kitchener, The Daily Express, 23rd July 2018

Fringe Q&As: Joey Page

Joey Page on trying to explain the universe in under an hour.

Linda Howard, The Herald, 11th July 2018

Interview: rarely asked questions - Joey Page

Joey Page is a comedy one-off, a mix of dandy, absurdist and dream-weaver.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 23rd May 2018

Edinburgh Fringe day 13

I ended today soaked through with Irn Bru and rain.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 15th August 2017

Kate Copstick's diary: size doesn't matter

I was chatting with Simon Munnery about small audiences - not that he is an expert on that. He told me Eugene Cheese of the Chuckle Club would cancel if there were fewer than 30 in the audience. Unbelievable now.

Kate Copstick, The Scotsman, 13th August 2017

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