STEPHEN K AMOS in LAUGHTER IS MY AGENDA
30/04/2012 - 30/04/2012
28/04/2012 - 02/05/2012
After sell-out seasons of THE BEST MEDICINE across Australia in 2011, the great Stephen K Amos returns with his new show ‘LAUGHTER IS MY AGENDA’. Full of his life observations and hilarious stories, this show will be bursting with Stephen’s special brand of melt-in-the-middle comedy.
Amos has charmed and entertained audiences all over the world with his easy, relaxed style, intelligent wit and honest warm-hearted joie de vivre. The last few years have seen Stephen steadily become a household name performing all over Australia and appearing on Thank God You’re Here, Spicks & Specks, The Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala, Great Debate and Good News Week.
In the UK he has recently starred in a number of popular TV shows including Have I Got News For You’ (BBC One), The Royal Variety Performance(ITV) and Celebrity Masterchef (BBC2). A gifted actor, Amos starred in the 2010 Edinburgh Festival and London West End seasons of ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ alongside Christian Slater.
Stephen K Amos really is as good as everyone says.
“Proof that laughter really is the best medicine.” ****Three Weeks August 2010
“Amos is a hugely skilled performer, genial and always in control… clever and outrageously extravagant.” The Scotsman 23 August 2010
As part of the NZ International Comedy Festival 2012
STEPHEN K AMOS – LAUGHTER IS MY AGENDA plays
Date: 28th April, 1st and 2nd May, 7pm
Venue: SkyCity Theatre, Level 3, cnr Wellesley Street West and Hobson Street, CBD
Date: 30th April, 7pm
Venue: The Opera House, 111-113 Manners Street, CBD
Tickets: Adult $44.90, Concession: $39.90, Group: $42 *plus booking fees
Bookings: 0800 TICKETEK (842 538) or www.ticketek.co.nz
Duration: 1 hour
Stand-up pro delivers great in-the-moment humour
Review by Paul Simei-Barton 02nd May 2012
Strutting on stage with gangsta swag and greeting the audience in a posh English accent, Stephen K Amos embodies the fluid, mashed-up sense of identity that characterises globalism in a digital age.
The incongruous cross-currents of dual British-Nigerian heritage offer a rich source of anecdotes and provide a free-fire zone for some hilarious jibes at a grab-bag of ethnic types. [More] _______________________________
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