Stand-up comedian Steve Day offers audiences a truly unique form of comedy, though this may be a phrase often thrown around when discussing stand-up comedians the unusual circumstances of his physical disability however make this statement truer for Day than it could be for any other.
Critics have long noted that the best comedy comes from observation, with his arguably unique view on life hard of hearing Steve offers audiences an insight into life as they may have never seen – or heard – it. Working as a stand-up comedian for more than ten yeas Steve Day has been described as warm, witty and thought provoking; his work as a stand-up comedian innovative and entertaining both to those with and outside of the deaf community.
Striving to make a name for himself as a mainstream stand-up comedian Steve’s work is not wholly centred on his disability and he works hard to ensure that his comedy is more inclusive than much of society can be to those with disabilities.
Proof of Steve’s comic abilities are not just in the pudding however, already playing his own headline shows, Steve Day has gigged around Europe and appeared to rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He often works as a support act to other world famous stand-up comedians including appearances on The Sarah Millican Tour.