Stephen K Amos has charmed and entertained audiences all over the world, winning multiple awards, with his natural, assured delivery and honest, original material.
A gifted actor, Amos has impressed critics with his performances on stage and screen and has proved he is one of the most unique comedy voices of his generation. Comfortable as a performer, presenter, actor and guest there is no doubt that Amos will retain his position as one of the our favourite comedians for a long time to come.
Stephen K Amos is thrilled to be returning to Galway, so why not come and spend the afternoon with one of the nation’s favourite comedians. He’s charmed and entertained audiences all over the world with his natural, assured delivery and his honest, original material. Known for his appearances on shows such as the Royal Variety Show, Alan Davies’ As Yet Untitled and Celebrity Great British Bake Off, as well as his own sitcom on BBC Radio 4, What Does the K Stand For, Stephen is one of the hardest working and most loved comedians in Britain. He recently appeared in the critically acclaimed BBC Documentary, Prejudice and Pride, and this Autumn will begin a new UK tour of his latest show “Bread and Circuses”.
Stephen will be performing in a number of shows over the entire weekend, MCing on Friday in Roisin Dubh with Andrew Maxwell & Colin Murphy, he’s on a mixed bill with Kevin Bridges & PJ Gallagher in the Spiegeltent on Sunday evening. (There are only 20 tickets left for this great show).
Stephen is also doing his own solo “Afternoon with…Stephen K Amos” show in the King’s Head on Sunday lunchtime. He may also show up in the wilds of Connemara on Saturday afternoon (but that’s a secret).
Unashamed feel-good entertainment. – The Evening Standard
We roared at ad-libbing that was first rate throughout…Amos at his best. You’ll leave the show smiling.– The Times
Stephen is replacing Phil Nicol who is joining the cast of the West End musical “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie”.