The Bit Where I Talk Myself Up A Lot
Hi there! I’m Joe I’m a comedian! I started doing comedy at the University Of Southampton, where I joined the Comedy Society. I hung around gigging in Southampton for awhile, at whatever gigs happened to pop up there.
While in Southampton I wrote and performed in sketches with my good friend and comedy partner Jed Jasper. This ended up with us winning Best Comedy 2014 at NaSTA for a video sketch show we made.
2014 was my first Edinburgh where I performed in a triple-bill stand-up show, performed at the full-house variety show Clusterfuck and was a member of the sketch group Masters Of None.
While there I placed 3rd in the So You Think You’re Funny? competition. After the fringe I moved to London and started gigging even more regularly. I also won the National Student Comedy Competition Tickled Pig in 2014. So I started moving into paid work for clubs including the Gilded Balloon, Tickled Pig and Amused Moose.
In 2015 I took up my debut solo show Joe Hart: Dirty Rotten Apples to the Gilded Balloon at the Edinburgh Fringe, it was a big silly show about the history of the world according to apples. The show was a great success and I went on to perform it both in London and along the South Coast after the Fringe.
Since 2015 I’ve been helping run and always compere Clusterf**k, a monthly comedy night at The Miller near London Bridge. it’s one of the Top 10 Free Comedy Nights in London according to TimeOut. It’s an alternative night so we try and book interesting awesome people doing cool and crazy things. Why not come along next month?
The Bit Where I Put Things People Have Said About Me So You Know I’m Not Making It All Up
WINNER Tickled Pig 2014
FINALIST So You Think You’re Funny? 2014
★★★★”Unpretentious, warm and genuinely funny” – Mumble Comedy
“Without a doubt a rising star” – Fringe Guru
“A So You Think You’re Funny runner-up, Hart is likeable, engaging and yes, I do think he’s funny.” – The Scotsman
“He’s got wit to spare” – Chortle
“Very funny” – Beyond The Joke
“In the future he could be picking up the mantle of Robin Ince for intellectual bravura” – Chortle
“a delightful presence” – TimeOut