Phil Kay

Phil Kay

Phil Kay burst on to the comedy circuit in 1989, when he won the new act contest So You Think You're Funny in only its second year.

His unpredictable, freestyle approach won him a Perrier nomination in 1993 and the award for best stand-up at the 1994 British Comedy Awards, and he was given his own Channel 4 show, Phil Kay Feels..., in 1997, which was recorded in front of a live audience to try to capture his manic energy

However, the showcase failed to make him a star and, aside from the occasional panel game appearance, his career is now limited mainly to shows at Edinburgh and other festivals.

He has recently started hosting kids’ shows on the festival scene, where his silly style has proved popular with the younger audience.

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Upcoming Dates

Sara Barron, Simon Brodkin, Phil Kay

Date: Tue 10 Dec 2019
Venue: Up The Creek
Price: From £10 to £15
Info: The Goodfather – aka Phil Kay – hosting a night of comedy. Also with Javier Costales, Ellis & Rose, Dimple Pau
Show starts: 19:45 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)

Fat After Christmas

Date: Sat 28 Dec 2019
Venue: Aces and Eights
Price: From £5 to £8
Comics: Ben Clover, Phil Kay
Info: Alternative comedy night. Plus: Matt Smith, Peter Bazely, Javier Costales, Calum Ross, Adam Greene, Adam Riley, Wayne Carter
Show starts: 20:00 (Doors open approx 30 mins earlier)



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