From a nomination for ‘Best New Show’ at Dave’s Leicester Comedy festival to a commissioned writing job on the ‘Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and a starring part in a recent Youtube smash – Geoff’s career is heating up.Live stand up show ‘Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells Out’ was nominated as ‘Best New Show after it’s first outing at the Leicester Comedy Festival. He then took the show on a short tour of the North – supporting Sarah Millican – before hitting the Edinburgh festival where he played to sold out crowds and rave reviews.As Geoff’s writing career hots up, he has landed numerous commissioned jobs: including ‘Stand Up For The Week’ (C4) and the ‘Sarah Millican Television Programme’ (BBC2) ‘A League Of Their Own’ (SKY1) ‘The British Comedy Awards’ (E4) and ‘Live at the Apollo’ (BBC1).Geoff also had a sitcom comissioned for Radio 4 – with makers of ‘The Inbetweeners’ Bwark Productions, working together closely to bring exciting new projects to the airwaves in 2015.The Youtube project with top golfer Rory Mcilroy was one of the smashes of the year. The clip – which saw Geoff live voice a robot character – was top trending video the day it was released and went on to smash two million views within 5 days. As a performer on TV, Geoff can be seen twice in the current series of ‘The Comedy Store’ on Comedy Central.On the live circuit, Geoff continues to regularly headline the top clubs, including The Comedy Store, Glee clubs, Komedia and many more. Geoff also closes big shows all around the world, in the last 12 months he has performed in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Egypt and Jersey.