Joey Page has spent the last few years blustering around the comedy circuit, supporting the likes of Josie Long and Noel Fielding and appearing on shows such as BBC 3’s comedy marathon, Nevermind the Buzzcocks and Noel Fielding’s Luxury comedy.
He is currently driving around the county in a little Ford Fiesta (midnight blue) previewing his new Edinburgh festival show CATASTROPHE PARTY about how he’s been on tele and lives at his mum’s and is celebrating being in his 10th year as a stand up comedian. check the dates and news sections to see where he is talking into a microphone within a 10 mile radius of your house.
Here is what people who apparently matter have said about his previous stand up shows at the old fringe!
*Editors note:- hey Joey here, obviously I have only put up kind reviews as my ego is a very fragile beast.
” you suspect Page is now destined to become a leading name in British cult comedy. – See more at: http://www.threeweeks.co.uk/article/ed2014-comedy-review-joey-page-this-is-not-a-circus-with-pbj-management/#sthash.hlzgKCVi.dpuf
2009 – The style and subject matter of Joey’s material is unlike that of any other out there. His debut Edinburgh show Eccentric Treasure of the Future earned 5 star reviews and a little army of Page fans. It was also ground-breaking enough to be nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality.
“Spaced out magical humour” ★★★★★ Three Weeks, 2009
2010 – Joey’s second show ‘Joey Page’s Marvellous Human Museum’ saw Joey explore the subject of human species through the off-beat looking glass that is his chaotic mind, received four star reviews and come great feedback.
“A very well structured production, full of artful callbacks” – Fest, 2010
“witty, original and clever” ★★★★ The Scotsman, 2010
“The audience continually laughed…well worth an hour of your time”
- Edinburgh Spotlight, 2010
2011 – Joey Page took his third show ‘Sparklehorse Superbrain’ to the Fringe where he investigated those random little thoughts that pop into your head, which are both banal and bizarre.
“Page is about to evolve into a fascinating comedian” – The Skinny, 2011
‘Wonderfully weird…vivid and vivacious” – Three Weeks
“Surreal, charming and hilarious…one of comedy’s most unique and exciting new talents. This innately likeable young man has an instinct for funny” – Chortle