News: Tour For Steve Bugeja

Steve Bugeja is set to tour across the UK with his 4th solo show Almost building on the success of his run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He will perform his latest and most confessional stand up hour yet from 8th September to 23rd February, including 6 nights at London’s Soho Theatre from 1st to 6th October. Read more below clip...

Trapped on a 13-hour flight, Steve receives a text that flips his world upside down, leading him to question his entire life and how little he’s achieved in it (aside from having a top score on the computer game Train Simulator, but you can’t tell your grandkids that). Determined not to go through life with nothing to show for it, he attempts to become a more interesting, erudite, all round exceptional person. No longer content with wasting his life away on computer games, the BBC New Comedy Awardwinner tackles heartbreak head on, in a show that will see Steve stick it to the man and become the person he never thought he could be.

On TV and radio Steve hosts BBC Radio 4’s brand new comedy show Economics with Subtitles, has featured on Love Island: Aftersun (ITV2), Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central), Top Tens (BBC Three), The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC), Pop Sludge (4Music), Fresh from the Fringe (BBC Radio 4), and can be regularly featured on Love Island: Morning After Podcast. Making a name for himself internationally, Steve has been invited to perform at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for the past two years, appearing on ABCTV’s Opening Night Comedy Allstars Supershowand twice on Comedy up Late.

Also a prolific writer, Steve was a key member of the writing team for The Russell Howard Hour (Sky One), and has contributed material to Mock the Week (BBC Two), 8 out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Russell Howard’s Good News(BBC Two), CelebAbility (ITV2), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4), and The News Quiz (BBC Radio 4).

Almost is Steve’s fourth solo show, following his previous critically-acclaimed shows Summer Camp (2017), Unpronounceable (2016) and Day Release (2015), which were performed to sold-out crowds at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and quickly established himself as a mainstay on the comedy scene. Unpronounceable and Summer Camp went on to tour nationwide, selling out increasingly large venues year on year.

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