STEPHEN K Amos is as busy as ever.
The amiable comic is fresh from yet another Edinburgh Fringe run, plus tours of Australia, New Zealand and the UK and recording Life: An Idiot’s Guide and What Does The K Stand For for Radio 4.
And despite all that he has found time to write a brand new show, Welcome To My World, which he brings to Warwick Arts Centre on Sunday February 22.
Known for his warm-hearted wit, behind the mild-mannered polite exterior dwells an altogether different animal. He’s a deep-thinking, problem-spotting and question-asking sort of gentleman, and Mr Amos believes the time is right to invite the public to meet his inner friend.
Amos’ got some questions and concerns – from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to UKIP, and he’s still not sure why people are remain reluctant to talk about racial and sexual inequality – at dinner parties anyway.
Amos has established himself as a household name over the last decade, performing shows at the Edinburgh Fringe every year since 2003, which include the no-holds-barred All Of Me, Find The Funny and The Best Medicine, and performing sell-out dates all over the world.
He has eased his way into TV fame on the likes of The Stephen K Amos Show, Celebrity Great British Bake Off Comic Relief, and Mock The Week, and is also a familiar radio voice on Just A Minute, Out To Lunch and The Big Night In.
Visit www.warwickartscentre.co.uk for tickets and further details.
Stephen K Amos asks a few questions at Warwick Arts Centre on February 22. (s)