As a solo live performer Steve Hall has provided the support for Russell Howard on his sell-out national tours Adventures, Dingledodies and the 2009 arena tour Big Rooms and Belly Laughs.
A finalist in the BBC New Comedy Award and Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award, Steve Hall made his fringe debut in 2003 in the sell out Edinburgh show, Three Men and a Giant. Steve returned to Edinburgh in 2008 with his first solo stand up show solo show Vice Captain Loser.
Steve Hall also makes up one third of if.comedy Award nominated sketch show We Are Klang. In 2007 Marek performed as part of We Are Klang at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, where they were nominated for a Barry Award, before returning to Edinburgh for a four night sell out run. The group has appeared on the Paramount Comedy Channel’s Edinburgh & Beyond two years running and was nominated in 2006 for the Chortle Best Sketch Show, which they then won in 2007.
As part of We Are Klang, Steve recently wrote and starred in the groups own sitcom series for BBC Three.
Nominated – Barry Award for We Are Klang in KlangBang, Melbourne Comedy Festival, 2007
Nominated – If.Comedy Award for We Are Klang in KlangBang, Edinburgh Festival, 2006
Nominated – Chortle Award for Best Sketch Show for We Are Klang, 2006
Winner – Spirit of the Fringe Award for We Are Klang, Edinburgh Festival, 2004
Runner-up – BBC New Comedy Awards, 2003
Finalist – Amused Moose Comedy Competition, 2003
Finalist – Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards, 2002
WHAT THE PRESS HAS SAID
“I have seen the future of comedy and it is We Are Klang…Together and separately they produce sublime moments.” The Evening Standard
“Steve Hall often outguns his three compatriots with sharply observed material” The Metro
“Steve Hall’s intelligent discursive routine had solid sprightly material.” The Stage
“Steve Hall is the most intelligent stand-up you’ve never heard of” GQ
“His debut solo show was a masterpiece of emotive storytelling” GQ
“wonderfully misanthropic” Sunday Times
“deadpan brilliance” Time Out
“his phrasing is joyous and his choice of words close to poetic…tales of hilarious woe” Metro
“a master of the self-effacing joke” Fest
“Russell Howard’s fine support act” The Times