CITY residents will get the chance to be transported into the surreal world of comedian Stephen K Amos when he appears at Huntingdon Hall.
With a different approach to comedy Stephen will take the audience on a warm, insightful journey into his world and as heard on Radio 4’s Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does The K Stand For? when he appears next Friday (January 15).
Entertaining audiences all over the world with his natural and honest humour, Stephen K Amos has excelled as an actor, presenter, writer and comic for years, and has become well known and respected on both stage and screen.
With his mix of warm charm, creative, surprising material combining subtle humour with hilarious laugh-out-loud moments, and creating an instant, organic connection with the audience, his style is often referred to as ‘feel-good comedy’.
He is now back touring a fantastic new show after sell-out tours in Australia and New Zealand.
His debut DVD Find the Funny was released in 2009, and he quickly became one of the nation’s favourite comics, and began pleasing fans nationwide with The Stephen K Amos Show on BBC 2.
Amos has taken his shows all over the world at big festivals like the Edinburgh Fringe, Reading and London’s Gay Pride Parade.
He has performed in the UK’s most prestigious theatres. Notably, he performed at the Royal Variety Performance in 2007, and hosted the Peoples Music Awards in 2010.
Stephen K Amos: The Laughter Master will be at Huntingdon Hall on Friday (January 15) at 8pm.
Tikets are £17 and available from the Box Office on 01905 611427.