Simon Evans

Simon Evans

Simon Evans is an established act on the stand-up comedy circuit. His style has been characterised as aloof, sardonic, sharp-witted and, following a well-received return to the Edinburgh Festival in 2010 where  'his sharp, acidic barbs remain a rich delight'.

TV appearances include the Michael McIntyre Roadshow in 2010 (BBC One) and Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live (BBC Three).

He has appeared on most of the TV stand up comedy showcases and a number of topical comedy shows.  He also gave acclaimed acting performances in Rich Hall's 'Fishing Show' and 'Cattle Drive'.

Simon appears regularly on BBC Radio 4 - hosting and writing seven series of the spoof news show 'The Way It Is' (as Richard Richard), as well as appearing on numerous panel games including 'The News Quiz', Armando Iannucci's 'Charm Offensive' and 'The Unbelievable Truth.' He has also featured on discussion programmes such as 'Off the Page'.

Simon writes for a number of TV's most famous comedians - Dara O'Briain, Lee Mack and Sean Lock all ask for him by name and he was instrumental in creating and writing for Dave TV's 'Argumental'.

He also writes for radio shows, including the Radio Four sketch show 'The Odd Half Hour' and Lee Mack's recent Radio Two show.

He has performed one man shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2000 and has performed at the New Zealand Comedy Festival 2002, Cape Town Comedy Festival 2001 as well as in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, Winnipeg and Dubai. 

In July 2004 he performed at the 'Just for Laughs' festival in Montreal, and the following spring at the Aspen Comedy Festival in Colorado. 

In 2010 Simon Evans supported Lee Mack on his most recent UK tour - Going Out and appeared alongside Emo Philips at Latitude Festival in Suffolk.


"He was great, the audience really liked him and he was well received! I am happy with the way he performed, and the awards presentation ran very smoothly with him on stage."