Stephen K Amos - The Feel Good Factor Trailer

Stephen K Amos - The Feel Good Factor Trailer (2010)

"Live at Hammersmith Apollo" 01 January 2010 67 mins

Stephen K Amos is guaranteed to provide you with the feel good factor in this laugh a minute stand-up performance filmed in front of a sell-out audience at the Hammersmith Apollo. Star of Montreal, Melbourne and Edinburgh festivals, Amos is a hit with critics and audiences alike and has a swagger of awards in tow. In fact he's so flipping good he's only gone and got his very own BBC show called, you guessed it The Stephen K Amos Show.

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Australia 01 January 2010

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