Josh Widdicombe



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Best known for twenty-three series of the multi award-winning Channel 4 series The Last Leg, Josh has had an incredible rise in the decade he has been performing stand-up, with multiple appearances on QI, Live at the Apollo, A League Of Their Own, Have I Got News For You and Taskmaster to name but a few. Josh co-hosts Dave’s Hypothetical alongside James Acaster, which received a Broadcast Award nomination in 2021. December 2021 saw Josh and Alex Brooker embark on a new Channel 4 series One Night In, as well as Josh having the pleasure of performing onstage at the Royal Albert Hall for The Royal Variety Performance.

Josh also co-hosts the hugely popular podcast Parenting Hell with fellow comedian Rob Beckett which will take to the stage with its first live show in 2022. Josh is also host of cult 90s podcast Quickly Kevin: Will He Score? which has gone on to sell out multiple live shows.

If he wasn’t busy enough Josh has also written his first book, a childhood memoir, about growing up watching far too much TV in the 1990s. Watching Neighbours Twice a Day…How 90’s TV (Almost) Prepared Me For Life which was released in September 2021 and has seen him become a Sunday Times Bestseller.

He is back on the road with his long-awaited stand-up show Bit Much… through the autumn and into Spring 2022 culminating in a night at the London Palladium.

‘The sort of gentle confidence, low-key charisma and one-for-all-the-family charm which could see him selling out enormous stadiums in a couple of years’

The Times

‘Ace observationalist Josh Widdicombe has the ability to find the sparkle in the mundane that puts him in line to be the next Sean Lock’

The Guardian

‘His talent for comedy is priceless’

The Evening Standard

‘Shaping up to be the British Seinfeld’

London Is Funny

‘This is one of the most individual, accomplished, hilarious and unforgettable hours I have had this year’

The Scotsman


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