Joe Lycett releases Australia and New Zealand tour film for fans to stream globally

Joe Lycett has made his Australia and New Zealand tour show into a film available for fans across the globe to watchJoe Lycett has made his Australia and New Zealand tour show into a film available for fans across the globe to watch
Joe Lycett has made his Australia and New Zealand tour show into a film available for fans across the globe to watch | Getty
Upon completing his tour of New Zealand and Australia, Joe Lycett has made a film of the show available for fans across the globe.

Joe Lycett wrapped up his tour down under on Tuesday (24 May). He has now released footage of the show he performed in New Zealand and Australia, for fans to stream across the globe.

The show was such a success that the Brummie comedian, 34, had to add an extra gig to the Adelaide leg of the tour. Multiple notable news outlets praised the “superbly constructed show” in their reviews. 

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Entitled More, More, More!, the stand-up special can be purchased directly from Joe’s website for £10.The Late Night Lycett host broke the news in a heartfelt Instagram post, in which he also thanked audience members from all his shows across New Zealand and Australia. 

Speaking to his 1.3 million followers, Joe wrote: “Thank you to the gorgeous audiences in Australia and New Zealand for giving More, More, More! the most glorious send off this last month. It’s been a delight and privilege performing to you all. 

“The tour is now complete and I am going to disappear into a hammock for a while. If you missed the show it is now available to stream/download on my website globally. Link in bio or just type in joelycett.com you lazy f**k.”

Fans of the Travel Man presenter were delighted in the comments. One user said: “Absolutely brilliant! I've been down many many Joe Lycett rabbit holes, and your show was original to all the other content I'd watched. What a bloody delight.” A Twitter user responded: “Laughed all the way through it. Thanks for coming to Perth at last. Hope our quokkas were to your liking.”

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Joe happened to bump into a quokka on his travels, one he named Craig and declared his new acupuncturist. This comes after he added being a filmmaker to his credentials. His debut film, Barbara, recently aired at Birmingham’s Flatpack Festival, a popular event among upcoming filmmakers.

The work has not quite finished for Joe yet, as he travels up to the Lake District this bank holiday Monday (29 May) to perform alongside other British comedians in a gig to protest sewage pollution.

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