Stephen Grant is one of the hardest working comedy performers and writers in the UK. He is the host of the Krater Comedy Club, which has won Best Comedy Venue in the South for an unprecedented 11 times and a regular headliner at the Comedy Store in Leicester Square. He possesses an energy and intellect which combined with his eight years in the corporate world make for a perfect experienced host and entertainer for any event. Clients often return to Stephen for repeat engagements due to his ability to vary his content and material - Often tailoring it specific to the client's requirements and industry.
Stephen is a much sort after writer and has written for Rob Beckett on Mock the Week. He has also written for Russell Kane on Live at the Electric as well as for Lee Nelson's Well Good Show for Avalon TV and Seann Walsh for Channel 4's Stand Up For The Week. Grant was also lead comedy writer for BBC Radio 1, for the likes of Scott mills, Sara Cox & Simon Mayo
“Right from the word go his audience were in fits of laughter as we were subjected to his relentless comedy… comedy bordering on genius.”***** Three Weeks
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“Stephen was fantastic on Thursday; perfect for what our client was looking for. He created an instant rapport with the crowd and was quick, witty and charming both on stage and off. The guests loved him and everyone involved was thrilled with his performance. We'll certainly be booking him again.”
"...we had one of the most successful events ever! Stephen, Marc and the band were fabulous! They did everything we asked for and all of our guests enjoyed them enormously."
“Stephen Grant really made our Hospital Star Award ceremony a success. He was as brilliant on stage as he was beforehand behind the scenes- paying attention to details like lighting, the timing of the presentations, and even making sure we included a toilet break halfway through the ceremony! So many of the guests have been talking about how much they enjoyed Stephen's performance. He is a very funny man.”