WE caught a little bit of the Stephen K Amos series on BBC2, and it left us with a puzzled expression.
We just didn’t ‘get it’.
Which is a real shame, because when it comes to his stand-up, the guy is an absolute ace!
We saw him a couple of years back at The Stables, and our faces really were aching by the show end.
All of which is why you should purchase a ticket for his return to Milton Keynes this Sunday night.
Last time around, he was dazzling a sold-out Stables, and this time he has moved to the bigger stage of MK Theatre, with ‘more melt in the middle, heartfelt humour to warm the cockles of your heart.’
And if he sticks to the same formula that wowed us, then you can expect some colourful language, and rude content as well.
Amos will be loud and lairy from 7.30pm.
Tickets are £18.50.
To book yourself a seat, give the box office a ring on 0844 871 7652.
>The Open Film Society –based at the OU Lecture Theatre on Walton Hall Campus, present Katyn this Wednesday evening.
In September 1939 the Soviets captured 10,000 Polish officers, most of whom had strong anti-communist views.
By the following spring they had all been executed by the NKVD.
Director Andrej Wajda recounts this terrifying piece of history from the viewpoint of the wives, mothers and daughters left behind in Poland, desperate to know the truth and having to wait decades before it was revealed.
Choose from the 6.15pm showing, or view at the later opportunity of 8.45pm.
Call for more information on MK 654924.