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Josh Berry & Rafe Hubris

Director’s Choice for IYAF Comedy Award 2019

As seen on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show As heard on BBCR4’s The Now Show and News Jack

In his debut UK tour, award-winning, Josh Berry mocks people who went to slightly more prestigious private schools than him for an hour. Josh will probably agonise about whether it’s right that he’s making lots of money these days over the course of a performance he’s charging you to watch. He’ll also in all likelihood do quite a few impressions although he’s really trying to leave all that stuff behind because he thinks he’s artistically above it now.

Josh Berry is a regular on Radio 4 (Now Show, Dead Ringers), has written and performed 2 sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and has millions of hits on social media for his various impressions and parodies of different types of posh people.

Josh’s TV and radio credits also include BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, The Tracey Ullman show, Radio4’s Newsjack, Happy Hour Podcast and Jokes With Mark Simmons Podcast. Josh is also a writer and performer Union Jack Radio, which includes two of his own series, Josh Berry’s Fake News.

Also starring, Rafe Hubris (BA, OXON) who is, by his own admission, ‘the most significant special advisor working for the conservative party’ and has been at the coalface* throughout the government’s coronavirus response. Watch this supremely confident 24 year old Eton and Oxford alumnus, tell the story of the 2020 pandemic which he thinks he’s managed ‘vary wall’. Expect lots of audience interaction as Rafe riffs on some of the major points of the pandemic, from Johnson getting covid to the Cummings scandal.

*In the metaphorical sense obviously, he’s never actually done manual labour!!!

'Josh Berry? Fair play man, fair play'

James Acaster

“Merciful wit…nothing is off limits from his biting impressions. Make no mistake: Berry’s impressions are second to none”

The Wee Review

“A remarkable new talent”

Rob Brydon