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Josh Jones Extends His Gobsmacked Tour Into 2024

Josh Jones has extended the tour of his latest show Gobsmacked, with new dates taking his debut run into 2024.

The Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Award nominee is turning thirty so this is his ‘coming of age’ show. He is keeping fit and now knows that he definitely wants his own family. He’s got a massive problem with Geese and his Mum’s psychic is helping him work it all out. Come and see how our Mancunian ray of sunshine is getting on.


Edinburgh Fringe Review – Josh Jones, Gobsmacked, Pleasance Courtyard

Mancunian comic Josh Jones broke through in Edinburgh last year, picking up an Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nomination for his debut, Waste Of Space. But he had already done the hard yards, cutting his teeth in working men's clubs in the north of England. Now he is back with his second show, Gobsmacked, which confirms that his first show was no fluke.


Interview: Josh Jones

Mancunian stand-up Josh Jones is a comedic breath of feelgood fresh air. Where other comics can be dour he is cheerful, a ray of sunshine looking on the bright side of life. And it is paying off. Last year the rising star was nominated for Best Newcomer in the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.

He has been breaking through on TV too, with notable appearances on programmes including The Jonathan Ross Show, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Iain Stirling’s CelebAbility.


New Tour For Josh Jones

Following a breakthrough run at the Fringe last year, a debut tour and a Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Award nomination, Josh Jones will be touring the UK with his new show Gobsmacked after a run at the Edinburgh Fringe - 2-27 August.


Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee Josh Jones Announces Tour

Following an acclaimed, sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for Best Newcomer, Josh Jones  will be taking Waste Of Space around the UK this autumn, on his debut tour.


Fast Food Face Off Comes To BBC

Stand Up comedian Josh Jones loves to eat amazing food but, because of a busy work and travel schedule, he usually ends up living off takeaways. That doesn’t mean his taste buds have to be disappointed though – oh no – he likes his fast food to be fancy. And he likes it to be served with a healthy portion of drama.

This one-off programme is a showdown set in Northern Ireland where he pits two of the tastiest takeaways in town against each other.


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