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Stephen K Amos ready for exuberant Huntingdon performance

Worcester Editorial 6th Feb, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

HOT OFF the back of his huge success at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a sell-out tour of Australia and New Zealand, Stephen K Amos brings his latest smash hit show to Huntingdon Hall in Worcester this weekend.

Since joining the comedy circuit, Amos has charmed and entertained audiences all over the world with his natural, assured delivery and his honest, original material.

Filled with an almost child-like joy and exuberance, Amos is gifted with the ability to find the funny in some of the most unexpected of places.

Not only a prolific writer and performer, Stephen is also one of the nation’s favourite faces on television, regularly starring on shows such as Live at the Apollo (BBC1) and Have I Got News For You (BBC 1).

And he is also rapidly becoming something of a national institution when it comes to radio.

Currently recording a third series of his hit Radio 4 series Life: An Idiot’s Guide, 2013 also saw the launch of his brand new radio sitcom What Does The K Stand For?, a series co-written with multi-award-winning British playwright Jonathan Harvery (Beautiful Thing, Gimme Gimme Gimme and Coronation Street).

The latest in Amos’ impressive line-up of live stand-up shows, The Spokesman has wowed audiences around the world, garnering five star reviews. Expect an evening of fun, warmth, big laughs and plenty of audience interaction – front rows beware!

The show takes place on Saturday, February 15, at 8pm and is suitable for ages 16 and over.

Tickets cost £16 from the box office on 01905 611427.

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