Joe Wells Doesn't Want to Do Political Comedy Anymore!

Comedy (stand-up, political)

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Description

The news is too horrible to joke about, so Joe's looking for a new shtick. Support for Frankie Boyle, Stephen K Amos and Alexei Sayle. Writer for BBC1's Have I Got News for You. As seen on BBC3's Quickies. 'Some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian' (Guardian). 'A genuine hidden treasure of the Fringe' **** (Chortle.co.uk). 'Recommended' (Heat).

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Stu 99 days ago

Clever, thought-provoking and well structured comedy. From Brexit to Autism via European discount supermarkets, Joe’s show is entirely compelling and a real treasure of the Fringe. Hugely recommended, highlight of our epic 9 show Fringe weekend. 5* from me.

Suse Ri 99 days ago

5 stars *****
Joe Wells doing what he excels at: taking the audience on a journey that goes far beyond simple comedic talent and into the reflective, personal and surprising. Fans who want political content will find plenty in there to satisfy, but this show delves a lot deeper. A solid hour of mature talent that’s a pleasure to watch.


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Chortle (3.5/5 stars) 95 days ago

Joe Wells largely bases his new hour on the internal conflicts of being - potentially - autistic and the inner turmoil of waiting for the diagnosis. Even though the notion that it doesn’t really matter whether he has a recognised condition or not is the point of the show. ...

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