Luverly! Stephen K Amos is back with a brand new show, after treading the boards of London’s West End in the smash hit musical My Fair Lady, playing the iconic role of Alfred P. Doolittle.

What a mad couple of years it’s been! How did you get through it all? Stephen’s solution… find the funny. The opportunity in the crisis, the joy in the sadness, the wisdom of fools, after all comedy equals tragedy. Join him for an hour of solid jokes and guaranteed belly laughs. Fresh from a sell-out tour in Australia and the US and as seen on BBC2’s QI and Pilgrimage: The Road to Rome, ABC TV’s The Project and BBC1’s Live at the Apollo. So what are you waiting for? He’s awfully good!

*A serious comedian

Tour schedule:
29 September Tamworth Comedy Festival

5 October Beccles Public Hall
7 October Southampton, The Attic
12 October Barnard Castle, The Witham
13 October Otley Courthouse
14 October Selby Town Hall
18 October Finchley, Artsdepot
20 October Brighton Komedia
21 October Didcot, Cornerstone
22 October Norwich, Playhouse
26 October Reading, South Street Arts Centre
27 October Tunbridge Wells, Trinity Theatre
28 October Northampton, Royal and Derngate

2 November Guildford, G Live
3 November Bordon, Phoenix Arts Centre
4 November Milton Keynes, The Stables
9 November 9 Chesham, Elgiva
10 November Cambridge Junction
11 November 11 Colchester Arts Centre
12 November Warwick Arts Centre
16 November Twickenham, The Exchange
17 November Banbury, The Mill
18 November Newbury, Arlington Arts Centre
23 November Bristol, Hen and Chickens
24 November Taunton, Brewhouse
25 November Swindon, Wyvern Theatre

1 December Southend, Palace Theatre
2 December Didcot, Cornerstone
8 December Havant, The Spring
9 December Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

18 January Cheltenham Town Hall
20 January Faversham, The Alex
21 January Newcastle, The Stand
25 January Warrington, Parr Hall
28 January Salford, The Lowry
31 January Radlett, Theatre

1 February Leeds, City Varieties
2 February London, Leicester Square Theatre
4 February Edinburgh, The Stand
5 February Glasgow, The Stand

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