Steve Rawlings

Steve Rawlings

Hilarious and original, Steve Rawlings mixture of desperation and downbeat humour steals the show. His balancing a tray of bottles and glasses on his chin, while giving a running commentary on his difficulties is a classic piece of comic business.

This is knife-edge humour which involves the audience in sympathy for a man flogging himself to death for a laugh, and yet knowing that he is perfectly capable of performing the complicated and daring routines he has setup!

Steve Rawlings is a truly unique performer who has broken down the barriers between stand up comedy and physical theatre. He has created a wonderfully entertaining blend of comedy, character, and technical ability, that keeps an audience on the edge of their seats.

Steve’s performance is packed full of original routines such as furniture juggling with a chair, table and vase of flowers (he is the only person in the world to do this! ), setting fire to his head, and juggling ping pong balls with his mouth. All this is overlaid with stand up comedy a comedian would be proud of. His enormous success comes from the incredibly wide range of audiences he appeals to, from performing to the armed forces in war zones to family audiences, heads of state and royalty all with equal success!

Steve is enjoying a spectacular career which began when he appeared as special guest star in the West end production of ‘Sugar Babies’ alongside Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller. He was then invited to appear in ‘The Royal Variety Performance’ in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen.

Since then Steve has also appeared at St James’ Palace in honour of fallen service men and woman, followed by being specially requested to perform at the ‘Summit of the Americas’ attended by 32 heads of state including Barack Obama.

Steve has appeared alongside the Top names in British comedy such as Lee Evans, Eddie Izzard and Al Murray and has over 80 major television appearances to his name.