I have a crush on The Laughterhouse Comedy Club.
A bucketload of charm and some surreal and silly material coupled with his brilliant comedy songs make Steve the ideal booking for any evening.
Steve walked out on a mind numbing office job and straight onto a comedy stage in the beginning of 2003, and has not looked back since.
Within half a year of his comedic birth he had made it through to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedian of the Year, the North West Comedian of the Year Final, and later that year he had the honour of appearing on the BBC7 Radio Showcase “Spanking New”.
Since then he has added to his list of accolades by being named the Holsten Pils Comedian of the Year 2005, and the Birmingham Comedy Festival’s best breaking talent 2005.
Steve has more strings in his bow than Nicanor Zabaleta (THE world famous harpist!). A very charismatic and silly performer with a natural talent for spinning yarns, a fertile imagination, and a skilled musical background, his act combines as many elements as Steve can muster.
BBC7 ‘Spanking New’ Series 2003 (a showcase for Britains best new stand-up comics).
BBC3 New Comedian of the Year. Semi-Finals 2003.
Breakfast Show on 96.2 Revolution FM.
BBC GMR (co presenter “I should CoCo”)
Holsten Pils Comedian of the Year 2005
BBC3 New Comedy Awards. Semi-Finalist 2003.
Birmingham Comedy Festival Breakthrough Talent 2005 Winner
City Life Comedian of the Year – FINALIST 2003/2005
Comedy Store – King Gong Winner.
Frog&Bucket – Red Hot Raw Winner & ‘Beat the Frog’ Winner.
Steve has appeared at most major comedy clubs in the country including The Frog and Bucket, The Stand, The Glees, The Lescar and The Comedy Store. Check local press for details.
"Like a mixture between Eddie Izzard and Peter Kay... with a guitar." - - Stockport Express
"The key to his act is that his vision is a delightfully skewed one." - - Manchester Online