Described by the BBC as a "top up-and-coming comedy performer", Lee Kyle has spend much of his life on a never ending quest to never have a proper job.
His book 'Spandex Ballet' reached the top ten in Comedians Biographies on Amazon UK.
He was in an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler and then trying his hand at stand-up.
Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, his jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs.
He has written for Radio 4 and appeared on BBC Radio's Jesting About as well as 4 Extra's 'History of Geordie Comedy' and wrote and starred in a sketch for ITV's coverage of the Rugby World Cup and CBBC's Wolfblood premiere.
He hosts the succesful 'Which is the Best?' podcast and has a Youtube video with 2.5 million views, on which most of the comments are from American's telling him they can't understand his accent. He also hosts The Footbaaaall Show at The Stand Comedy Club where he, along with co host Gavin Webster, interviews various footballers.
“Quirky and original - the highlight of the night” - Giggle Beats
“Very funny” - Manchester Evening News
“Had everyone on their feet - Sublimely ridiculous.” - Northern Echo
"A brilliant performance.. Pure genius!" - NARC Magazine
"Subtle genius"- NE1 Magazine
Mrs Andrea Kane• March 23, 2019
Lee was prompt and we were extremely pleased with his performance. He managed to gauge the audience really well and was highly skilled in adapting his material to suit. He got the audience involved and everyone had a great time. He was excellent when he realised a few kids were there and managed to keep everyone pleased. Would highly recommend him and wouldn't hesitate to book him again for another function.
Jack Streeter• Nov. 29, 2018
I’m very happy with lee. Punctual, funny and a good guy. Will recommend.
Christine Fewster• June 14, 2019
Unfortunately he did not turn up to the event! I called him at 7.30pm and he explained he had got his gigs mixed up, and he was in Darlington. He said he could get a taxi but I explained it would be to late as the event had started.
He was very apologetic and has offered to do a free night and send deposit back.
- Do you do open-air acts?Yes
- How long is the act?Anything from 10 - 45 minutes, but I also have hour long shows for adults and children.
- What other services to you provide?I also provide a stand up show for children as well as a kids game show called 'Gunge! - A show with Gunge in it'. I compere events, perform at sportsman's dinners (I have a lot of football knowledge) and have a one hour comedy show about professional wrestling.
20 - 45 Minutes comedy set, am also an experienced Compere.
Children's comedy show of up to 30 minutes.
An hour long kids game show
After dinner set.
A one hour show about my time as a professional wrestler.
A 30 minute set based on flags (I accept that this one is quite niche)