Josh Berry: Who Does He Think He Is?
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Director's Choice for IYAF Comedy Award 2019 - As seen on BBC1's Michael McIntyre's Big Show

The 'Prodigiously talented impressionist', Josh Berry marks his debut Leicester Square Theatre show with: Josh Berry: Who Does He Think He Is?

Josh Berry has appeared on BBC1's Michael McIntyre's Big Show, The Tracey Ullman show, and as a semi-regular on Radio 4's hugely popular The Now Show (amongst other BBCR4 shows such as Dead Ringers, The Today Show and Newsjack), also guest appearing on several popular podcasts, such as Happy Hour Podcast, Jokes With Mark Simmons and even mentioned on James Acaster and Ed Gamble's Off Menu! & Josh has also clocked up millions of views online, namely with his 'James Acaster Making Pasta' sketch. Josh has also written and performed two series of Josh Berry's Fake News for Union Jack Radio

"Absolutely superb!" - Jon Culshaw

"The 23-year-old slices through British Culture with whimsical vocal parody and biting satire in equal measure. From Russell Brand, to Louis Theroux, Jacob Rees Mogg to Middle-Class mothers, few escape his withering gaze and his merciful wit¬hing is off limits from his biting impressions" - The Wee Review

"Already on par with the likes of Rory Bremner, Jon Culshaw and Ronnie Ancona" - Brighton FringeReview

"Josh Berry? Fair play man, fair play" - James Acaster

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