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Steffan Evans

Since bursting onto the Welsh comedy circuit in November 2015 Steffan Evans has performed at many levels. From open mic nights to open spots on professional bills.

A humble Welsh man with a self deprecating charm he touches on subjects like identity, family and bilingualism. Steffan performs all over the UK and performs in English and in Welsh on a regular basis. Described as 'Welsh Welsh' (Buzz Magazine) and 'Indignant and very funny' (Dolly Chicken Comedy)

Tour support for Elis James in 2017.

Touring a split show With Drew Taylor and Col Howarth, 'Tales from Wales' - Winter 2016 - Throughout 2017. Playing in theatres, comedy festivals and rugby clubs. 4 star review from
Ludlow Fringe 2017.

Performed at:
Backyard Comedy Club 2015
Comedy Cow 2016/2017
Cardiff Comedy Festival 2016
Neath Comedy Festival 2016/2017
Glee Club Cardiff (Comedy Carousel, 2016 WUSA Final)
Bushfest 2016 (The Hollybush)
Leicester Comedy Festival 2017
Bath Comedy Festival 2017
Ludlow Fringe 2017
Hen & Chickens 2017 (London)
Comedy at the Castle 2017 (Cardigan Castle)

TV Credits - 'Gwerthu Allan' S4C. Welsh language compilation show.
                    - 'O'r Diwedd' S4C. End of year satire show.
Radio Credits - 'The Jamie Owen Show' BBC Wales. Story spotter.
                                'The Rhod Gilbert Show' BBC Wales. Guest host.

Competitions
Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award 2016 - Finalist
Stand up for Cider (Submarine Comedy) - 2017 Finalist

Quotes
'A roaring boy if there ever was' (Chortle)
'Taking the comedy scene by storm' (WalesOnline)
'Marvellous' (Ludlow Fringe)
'Takes the audience on magical journey of humour and intellect' (Utopia Comedy)
'Lights up the room' (Western Telegraph)
'A humble Weshman with a self deprecating charm' (Comedy Cow)