The Perfect Remedy for a Friday Night
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ï»¿Stephen K Amos, the star of his very own comical BBC2 series ‘The Stephen K Amos Show’, performed at Warwick Arts Centre to an audience of a few hundred on May 13th. The ninety minutes of non-stop laughter included the comedian, now in his mid-40s, picking on members of the audience – especially those with front-row seats. The award-winning comedian’s five-month tour, now near its end, has received great reviews including the Evening Standard's statement that 'If laughter is the best medicine then Amos should be prescribed by the NHS for his formidable healing powers'. Those who were hopeful for a one-way comedy performance without audience participation were in for a shock. Maybe they’ll think twice next time about buying a front-row seat for an Amos spectacular again, in case he remembers them!
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