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News: Josh Widdicombe Heads Out On Tour

Josh Widdicombe is back with a brand new stand up tour.

Bit Much…will see Josh tour the UK from October – December 2019. 

Josh is one of the most in demand live comedians of recent years with four criticically acclaimed solo UK tours and numerous international comedy festival appearences under his belt. Bit Much… is his biggest tour to date with more shows due to be added over the coming months. 


News: Romesh Ranganathan & Josh Widdicombe Head Comedian Of The Year Gig

Update: 30/11: full line-up now announced. See below.

Romesh Ranganathan & Josh Widdicombe are to headline a major gig to mark 25 years of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year. Both have previously won the competition.

News: The Last Leg Returns With John Cleese

The 2017 and 2018 BAFTA nominated entertainment series, The Last Leg returns to Channel 4 this autumn for a15th series. The ten episode series sees Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker reunite with their honest, upbeat and award-winning brand of satirical comedy.  


News: New Panel Show for Josh Widdicombe & James Acaster

Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster are to front a new comedy panel show for Dave.

According to Deadline Hypothetical will test two teams of comedians on their ability to deal with a series of ridiculous scenarios such as "how someone would cope living in a motorway services for a year or how to take a selfie with Nicolas Cage within 48 hours or you die."

News: New Comedy Shows For Radio 2 With Johnny Vegas, Josh Widdicombe And Jeremy Vine (Sort Of...)

BBC Radio 2 has announced a range of new one-off comedy commissions featuring a mix of celebrity panel shows, quizzes and situation comedies.

A raft of famous names run through the these unique shows including Johnny Vegas, Joe Thomas and Sara Cox, as well as up-coming and emerging new talent including writers from Two Doors Down, Peter Kay’s Car Share.


TV Review: Josh, Series 3, Episode 2, BBC3/BBC1

I wish somebody would explain the logic of how the BBC schedules programmes. Why, for example, is the whole of Upstart Crow available online from the moment the series starts on BBC2, whereas Josh, which is an online BBC3 series is being drip-fed to fans week-by-week as if, well, as if it was a real TV programme. Yes, I know it is a real TV programme, but you know what I mean. And just to muddy things further it also airs on BBC1 – it just feels like fuzzy logic to me.


Review: Josh, BBC3

It’s one of those quirks of scheduling that the new series of flatshare comedy Josh has dropped on the same day that the new series of Curb Your Enthusiasm started on Sky Atlantic. There’s definitely a touch of the Curbs in the way that Josh is plotted and also in the way that whatever can go wrong in the main characters’ lives will go wrong.


News: Josh Returns

After a successful second series in 2016, stand-up Josh Widdicombe returns for a third series of Josh.


News: Third Series Of Josh Confirmed

BBC Three sitcom Josh is to return for a third series. As exclusively revealed by Beyond The Joke earlier this year the sitcom starring Josh Widdicombe, Elis James and Beattie Edmondson has been recommissioned. Six new episodes will be made.

News: Josh Widdicombe Among Crystal Maze Contestants

Josh Widdicombe is among the celebrities taking part in a revival of cult game show The Crystal Maze.

Hosted by Stephen Merchant and filmed at The Crystal Maze Experience in London, the one-off special will see five celebrities take on the Aztec, Medieval, Futuristic and Industrial zones before sending them in to face the fans in the iconic Crystal Dome.

Widdicombe is joined  by football legend Rio Ferdinand, acclaimed actress Michelle Keegan, Paralympics champ Jonnie Peacock and radio host Sara Cox.



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