Lots of laughs

PUBLISHED: 11:38 26 January 2011

Stephen K Amos

Stephen K Amos

Bristol Hippodrome

DIRECT from his own BBC Two series and starring in BBC One’s Live At The Apollo, Stephen K Amos is back on the road for 2011.

He will take to the stage at the Bristol Colston Hall on Sunday.

Following last year’s hugely successful UK tour, where he played to 60,000 people, Amos is back with his special of brand of melt-in-the-middle comedy, to cheer us up, make us forget the doom and gloom and show what has just been medically proven, that laughter really is the best medicine.

He has charmed and entertained audiences all over the world with his easy, relaxed style, intelligent wit and honest warmhearted joie de vivre.

The past few years have seen Stephen steadily become a household name – recently starring in BBC One’s dance-off Let’s Dance for Sport Relief, appearing regularly on The One Show and The Wright Stuff and guesting on Have I Got News For You, Mock the Week and Stand Up For The Week.

He shot to fame following his hilarious set at The Royal Variety Performance and triumphed on Live At The Apollo.

He has also been seen as Cracker Sauceribs in Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle, his Channel 4 documentary Batty Man was also nominated for a BAFTA and he made it to the finals of Last Comic Standin.

A gifted actor, Amos has impressed audiences and critics with his performances on stage, and screen, and has proved not only a gift for comedy but also for more serious roles.

Tickets for his Bristol show, priced £18.50, are available via www.colstonhall.org.uk

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