Stephen K Amos

Sydney Comedy Festival - Stephen K Amos
Ended on Friday, 28 April 2023
Presented by Sydney Comedy Festival
Luverly! Stephen K Amos returns to Australia due to overwhelming popular demand - Before and Laughter

Fresh from treading the boards in London's West End at the glorious Coliseum Theatre, playing the iconic role of Alfred P. Doolittle in the smash hit musical My Fair Lady, Stephen is back doing what he does best: stand-up comedy.

Join Stephen as he muses over the extraordinary events the world has faced over the last couple of years.
How did you get through it all? Stephen's solution find the funny. When the world gives Stephen lemons, he simply adds gin, tonic, ice and a healthy dose of laughter with his usual inimitable comedy style. So grab a drink, come down and enjoy an hour of solid jokes and guaranteed belly laughs. What are you waiting for? He's awfully good.

Stephen is a BAFTA nominated and RTS award winning writer, broadcaster, actor and comedian.
He has sold out tours around the world for over 15 years, appeared on and hosted numerous TV and radio shows including QI, Have I Got News For You, Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome, Prejudice and Pride (BBC), Battyman (C4), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), Loose Ends, Life: An Idiots Guide (R4) and three seasons of The Stephen K Amos Talk Show (Audible). Stephen is also a favourite on the Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala.

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The Concourse is a cultural center in the North Shore suburb of Chatswood, which is a 20-minute journey from the Sydney Central Business District. In 2007 the City of Willoughby commissioned new designs to replace the old Chatswood Civic Centre. The first Willoughby Town Hall was built on the site in 1903
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