Jordan Brookes

News: Tour For Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Jordan Brookes

Jordan Brookes is set to embark on a UK tour for the show which received the biggest prize in comedy, the Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award 2019 for Best Show.

Dates have been confirmed in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Aberystwyth, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, London, Sheffield, York, Manchester, Leeds, Brighton, Guildford, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester with more to be announced.


News: Edinburgh Fringe Hits Come To Objectively Funny Festival

Some of the biggest acts from this year's Edinburgh Fringe, including winner of the Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show Jordan Brookes, will be performing at the Objectively Funny Festival, which runs from September 18 - 29 at the Albany in London, W1. 


News: New Episodes Of Mini-Series With Jordan Brookes & Rose Johnson Released

Under the Tweets, the new web mini-series, is to release two new episodes to go alongside the episodes featuring Josh Widdicombe, Annie McGrath and Sunil Patel.
The chat show, hosted by Stuart Laws, looks to get under the skin of some of the country’s most prominent Tweeters, and under the hood of their most viral tweets.


News: Jordan Brookes Gets Nextup Release

Subscription video-on-demand platform Nextup has added British comedian Jordan Brookes' latest show Body of Work to their comedy catalogue.

Brookes is a critically acclaimed comedian, writer and actor. Fiercely original, Brookes’s style combines observational comedy with a theatrical and absurdist edge.


News: Jordan Brookes Gets Grant To Build Immersive App

Comedy producers Fight in the Dog and performer Jordan Brookes have received a grant from CreativeXR to create the prototype for an app called Present. This is the first, and only, comedy project to receive funding of this sort to create something which has never been done before.

The team behind it is Brookes, Ciaran Clarke (sound designer for Brookes' show ‘Bleed’), and Bríd Kirby (co-founder and Producer for Fight in the Dog)


News: New Stand Up Releases From Maisie Adam, Eleanor Morton, Jordan Brookes

Stand-up comedy streaming platform NextUp has announced the filming of three new comedy specials from Maisie Adam, Eleanor Morton and Jordan Brookes.

They will be filmed across London over the coming weeks and made available to NextUp subscribers worldwide.  

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Jordan Brookes, Pleasance Courtyard

"The ones who’ve been around the block, who work for bigger publications, have a greater frame of reference and a better understanding but that’s not always helpful as the amount they’ve seen can make them a bit numb to it – sometimes it needs to be edgy or different just to make them feel something."

Performer Ciaran Dowd speaking to Fringepig about comedy critics.


Live Review: Sara Pascoe, Jordan Brookes, Tez Ilyas, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, The MCT at Alleyn's, SE22

"Hello, I am your scumbag for the evening." Skilful compere Kiri Pritchard-McLean set the tone for this gig with her very first salvo. For comedians used to dodging the heckles and inflatable cocks at stag and hen dos on a Saturday night this new monthly gig must be a delight. It takes place in a private school in Dulwich in a state-of-the-art theatre that puts a lot of Fringe venues to shame. The audience is receptive and polite, though luckily not too polite to laugh in all the right places.

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Jordan Brookes, Pleasance Courtyard

Update 23/8/17: Jordan Brookes has been nominated for a Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show. See nominees here.

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Jordan Brookes, Laughing Horse @ Cellar Monkey

Jordan Brookes is a comedian who has definitely got a very distinctive talent. Once seen he is never forgotten. He is creative, inventive and not scared to try out new things onstage even though they might not necessarily work.


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