STAR of Sky 1’s Bring The Noise Joel Dommett heads back to the Capital next week as part of a 17-date tour of his new show, the eponymously named Joel Dommett: Live - it brings him to The Stand on York Place tomorrow.
Originally from Rockhampton, in Gloucestershire, Dommett moved to London at the age of 19 and burst on to the comedy scene in 2007 - he made his debut in a bar in Los Angeles - quickly establishing himself as one of the most exciting comedians on the circuit.
A year later he won the Best Newcomer Award and was a finalist in Stand Up Comedian of the year.
And in 2015, the actor/comedian and his team captain on Bring the Noise, Nicole Scherzinger, went on to be the victorious team of the series.
In fact, if Dommett’s face seems familiar, it could be because he seldom seems to be off the telly, boasting an ever increasing array of TV credits, from being the face of MTV and presenting their daily news bulletins, to presenting Live In Chelsea, E4’s aftershow to the hit Made In Chelsea series.
He has also appeared as a team captain on ITV2’s Reality Bites, on Comedy Central’s Drunk History, and How to Survive a Disaster Movie, on Channel 5.
And let’s not forget that he co-starred in the hugely successful Impractical Jokers on BBC Three, as well as being cast in E4’s Skins and BBC Two’s Popatron.
On BBC Three, meanwhile, he popped up on Russell Howard’s Good News, and Nick Grimshaw’s Sweat the Small Stuff.
Now regarded as one of the UK’s most energetic and exciting comedians, he’s long been a Fringe favourite.
At The Stand Comedy Club tomorrow he’ll be doing what he does best, making people laugh so be sure to get there early to get a seat as it’s likely to be one busy night.
Joel Dommett, The Stand, York Place, tomorrow, 7.30pm, £12, 0131-558 7272