Sunday 14th August. Doors open at 7.30PM and the Comedy Starts at 8PM. We aim the show to finish around 10. Entry is Free.
Our headliner is one of the most famous and celebrated comedians in South West Hertfordshire namely Bushey's own Steve Owen Williams.
Steve Owen Williams was born on the 5th May 1967 in Shepherds Bush London. At the age of 17 he made his first professional stage appearance as a comedy impressionist at Harrow Borough Football. Whilst he pursues a career away from the comedy circuit his talent is such that he has the ability to step in and out of the spotlight at his choice. He is an established respected Master of Ceremonies having entertained for many years solely as a comedy impressionist.
Steve is a very relaxed natural performer with broad experience. His polite manner and friendly, flexible, human approach makes him easy to work with. His ability to communicate with audiences and create an innocent sense of fun and laughter with a little twist has been well received. He has performed alongside many celebrities from the worlds of sport and show business.
nal Injuries Association and Fenton’s Personal Injury Solicitors, hosting audiences in excess of six hundred guests. Currently enjoying the open mic circuit as an artiste and MC and hosting Scrum Laughs comedy night at Harrow RFC
Steve has supported many charity events helping organisations to raise thousands of pounds; these currently include “The Wooden Spoon Society” “Rainbow” “4ROW4CF” “McMillan Cancer Support” “The Tom Somerville Fund” “CLIC Sargent” “Robyn Higgins Trust” “Forces Children’s Trust”
Steve also has qualifications in Drama and Theatre Arts and Stage Management. Theatre Credits include “Romeo and Juliet” “Midsummer Nights Dream” “Wizard of Oz” and “Aladdin”. Television Credits “Rugby Special” “ITV Rugby World Cup” Channel 4 “ As it Happens” Commercial Shoots for “ Nike” “Persil” “ Claims Direct”.
Also appearing will be Andrew Carberry (MC), Michael Dryburgh, Nobumi Kobayashi, Simon Lilley, Pamela Mitchell, and Thomas Rackham.>