After adding extra dates to his debut show in 2018, Josh returns to the Edinburgh Fringe this year with ‘Josh Berry: Who does he think he is?’. Rob Brydon has called him ‘a remarkable new talent’ and the pretentious 23-year-old impressionist likes to agree. Using impressions from Andy Murray to James Acaster, Louis Theroux to Russell Brand; Berry tells stories of the celebrity world he claims to belong to and explores his own inner psyche. Josh will perform this show at 16:10 from 31st July - 26th August in Assembly George Square Studio 5.
A Remarkable New Talent - Rob Brydon
Absolutely Superb - Jon Culshaw
Very Good - Michael McIntyre
Fair Play, Fair Play - James Acaster
Josh Berry is a comedian, impressionist and writer who first came to prominence in May 2013 with his impressions of tennis players. Since 2013 Josh has racked up millions of views online with impressions-based viral content (notable videos include: ‘Rafael Nadal meets Rafa Nadal’, ‘James Acaster making pasta’ and ‘The Tennis world responds to Andy Murray retirement news’).
In the summer of 2017, Josh began working with Union Jack Radio where along with Giles Gear he created and voiced topical sketch show ‘Andy Murray’s 15-0 songs’ in the spring of 2018 before writing and voicing ‘Josh Berry’s Fake News’ in the Autumn of 2018 (the show is currently in it’s second series).
Josh is also a familiar voice on the BBC Radio Comedy scene; he is a regular on BBC Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Newsjack’ and in 2018 appeared in two episodes of ‘Dead Ringers’ and was ‘Noel Edmonds’ in David Tyler’s Agendum.
Josh also has appeared on BBC TV voicing a sketch on the Tracey Ullman show and appearing on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
Josh performs stand-up all over the UK - to see him live, check the events section above.
For a full list of Josh’s repertoire of impressions contact Ellie Cahill below.
Listen to Josh Berry’s Fake News. Josh’s satirical radio show is available in podcast form. Listen to the Series one of Josh Berry’s Fake News: the show made up entirely of lies, and that’s the truth. From Donald Trump having his head caved in with a dictionary by Suzy Dent off of countdown to Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross prank calling Gordon Ramsay, the show is a fast-paced blend of satire and sillyness. Listen here for a fat fork full of fake facts, falsehoods, fiction and fantasy: