Chambers Touring Care delighted to announce a huge new live tour for Joe Lycett, coming to the Windsor Hall, BIC in 2022. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 18th
June, available from BH Live Tickets
More, More, More! How Do You Lycett? How Do You Lycett? finds (the artist formerly known as Hugo Boss) Joe Lycett exploring his love of art, his passion for gardening, toying with companies on Instagram, and the perils of online trolls.
Joe has kept himself busy during the global pandemic having recently helmed his third series of hugely popular The Great British Sewing Bee, which was watched by more than 6 million people each week. He is currently filming series three of his BAFTA nominated Channel 4 series Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, where he takes on the major and minor consumer injustices of this world, and will soon takeover as host of long-running BAFTA nominated travel documentary series Travel Man.
More, More, More! How Do You Lycett? How Do You Lycett? is Joe’s fifth live show after: Some Lycett Hot, If Joe Lycett Then You Should’ve Put a Ring On It, That’s The Way, A-Ha, A-Ha, Joe Lycett and I’m About to Lose Control and I Think Joe Lycett. The latter was Joe’s biggest tour to date, with 90 UK dates and many more in Australia, with hundreds of thousands of fans attending.
Other notable TV work includes appearances on The Graham Norton Show and The Jonathan Ross Show, co-hosting The One Show, Comic Relief and Sunday Brunch, Grayson’s Art Club, performing on and hosting Live at the Apollo, Taskmaster and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. He also regularly presents on BBC Radio 2, and lest we forget he presented Lorraine Kelly with a Quiche Lorraine live on ITV’s Lorraine.
He recently directed music videos for rising music stars Litany and Katy J Pearson; last November he directed the music video for Litany’s new track Uh-huh, which featured Katherine Ryan, Ru-Paul’s Drag Race star Vinegar Strokes and a cameo from Joe himself, whilst earlier this year he debuted the wonderfully surreal video for Katy J Pearson’s track Miracle which featured a life-size toy cow called Muriel and some shanty singers.
Joe has received a range of recognition for his work to date, including two Royal Television Society Awards (Presenter Award for The Great British Sewing Bee, RTS Awards 2021 and Formatted Popular Factual Award for Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, RTS Awards 2021), a BAFTA nomination (Features for Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, BAFTA TV Awards 2020), a Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer 2012 nomination and two Chortle Awards.