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Stephen K Amos: World Famous – The Lowry, Salford

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Reviewer: Dave Cunningham It is hard to avoid the impression that the success of Stephen K. Amos is attributable not to what he says but to the manner in which he says it. His new tour is entitled World Famous but, although some of the routines take inspiration from casual racism Amos experienced while touring in places like Australia, topics ...

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Stephen K Amos :The Laughter Master – The Lowry, Salford

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Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Few things are more irritating than an unexpected support act being added to the bill. Peter Brush, however, is a refreshing surprise. He has a laid back, almost hesitant, delivery and material with bright contemporary references and hints of darkness. You couldn't call Stephen K. Amos laid back but then the title of the show,The Laughter Master,proves ...

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Stephen K Amos – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Helen Jones   There was a slight hiccup at the Lowry's night in the current tour of Stephen K Amos. He was stuck in traffic and hadn't arrived. However the Lowry's own Phil Buckley (backstage staff member and gigging comedian) stepped up to the plate and gave a funny if rather graphic twenty five minute warm up routine. While ...

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Stephen K Amos is The Spokesman – The Studio, Bradford

Writer: Stephen K Amos Reviewer: Ruth Jepson Stephen K Amos is a really nice bloke. Sheepishly trotting into the bar of The Studio half an hour late he was going to have to treat the audience when he finally got on stage. So what did he give them? An extra half hour of improvised material by being his own warm ...

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Stephen K Amos: The Spokesman – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Paul Downham [rating:4.5] Take the letters of Stephen’s name rearrange them and you get the title of this latest tour, The Spokesman. This is just the first indication that you are in the presence of a very clever comedian playing to a virtually packed house at The Lowry. The premise of the evening was that of Stephen questioning what ...

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