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He's been declared a highlight of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival by The NZ Herald, a highlight of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival by The Scotsman, won Canada's Master's of the Universe Improv Competition, and featured on Australian TV's The Comedy Channel. 'A vitriol which makes Richard Dawkins look like the Archbishop of Canterbury... engaging...' (The Scotsman) '... a blast of hilarity' (Manchester Evening News) '... quintessentially Kiwi comedy...' (The Press, NZ) '... a wicked sense of humour, gets the audience involved from the kick off...' (BBC) '... perfectly dropped punchlines... Easy control of an audience, who hang on his every word' (Chortle) 'Sully had the audience showing their appreciation with fits of laughter and applause' (www.channel 4.com).
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'He stood on stage and appeared very shy, awkward, lacking any emotion, and then proceeded to make a string of jokes about his ‘wild’ lifestyle – which went down a storm with the audience' - northwestend.co.uk
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Oldham-born Stevie Gray is a cheeky and very likeable comedian. Stevie's stage act fuses jokes, music, news stories and audience participation to create an up-tempo energy in any room. Stevie has appeared all over the UK, playing the Edinburgh festival, the Comedy Store, Jongleurs, Glee as well as making regular MC appearances for Funhouse Comedy. '... the cheeky and friendly Stevie Gray with his boundless energy and mix of news, music and comedy...' (Funhouse Comedy).
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