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Alfie¹s background is both interesting and unusual. Having trained to be a priest he gave up the religious life to become a toy demonstrator at Harrods but has now found his true calling. Since 1998 he¹s been a professional comic and is firmly established on the comedy circuit.
Alfie devised the concept of, and writes sketches for The Unbroadcastable Radio Show¹, a live topical sketch show which is performed at the Manchester Comedy Store. He is a regular host and contributor to the cutting edge satire shows at the Comedy Stores in Leeds/ Manchester.
His 2003 sell-out solo show at the Edinburgh Festival, 'Alfie Joey¹s Mini-Cabaret¹ garnered rave reviews and was featured on several television networks including BBC, SKY and the Australian Comedy Channel. It gained Alfie a Chortle Award Nomination in 2004.
Alfie writes for and guest presents the Sony nominated OToby Foster Show¹ on BBC Radio Sheffield. He regularly contributes to Fred McAuley¹s show (BBC Radio Scotland) writing his own monthly feature, OWhat¹s It All About, Alfie?¹ He lends his vocal dexterity to OMitch Benn¹s Crime¹s Against Music¹ (BBC Radio 4).
cheerful and natural talent, Alfie has plenty in his comedic bag of
tricks to spread good cheer through any audience. With his spot-on impersonations
and enthusiastic banter, he'd be right at home at a Royal Variety Performance...
his effusive bonhomie is genuine and his material original and funny.²