Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma Chamedian was Josh’s third festival show. It was an absolute smash hit in Australia and internationally. It was nominated for Best Comedy at Melbourne Fringe and was also nominated for the prestigious The West Australian Arts Editor Award (the only comedy show nominated). Josh toured the show in the UK and in Canada where it won an Outstanding New Work Award. For a second year in a row Josh also won the Adelaide Fringe Weekly Comedy Award for the show (shared with Nath Valvo and Zoe Coombs Marr). The show was a huge hit in Edinburgh and featured on the front page of The Scotsman and listed as one of the top shows to see that year by the paper.

Glanc’s style is absurdest, sometimes just plain silly, but there’s an intelligence to it that belies the apparent simplicity. This is about as close to a perfect hour of Fringe as you’ll find. ★★★★★ The West Australian

“joyous purveyor of stage oddity. His show is a cheerful, puppyish fun club, with Glanc its master of crazee ceremony.” ★★★★, Brian Logan, The Guardian

“Absurd, dynamic sketch comedy, furnished with props, costumes and musical cues, and infused with warmth and care. He justly receives peels of laughter from the tightly packed audience” ★★★★Fest

“an undeniably talented comedian” ★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine