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In 2010, Kevin previewed his show about teaching, ‘Not Appropriate’ at the Brighton Fringe Festival. He has subsequently gone on to tour the show around a variety of Arts Centres and Theatres nationwide, in many instances on more than one occasion. These include: Aylesbury – Queens Park Arts Centre, Barton-upon-Humber – The Ropewalk, Birmingham - Old Joint Stock Theatre (4), Bromsgrove – Artrix (2), Bury - The Met (2), Canterbury - The Gulbenkian (2), Dunstable –The Grove Theatre, Epsom - The Playhouse (2), Havant - Spring Arts Centre (2), Hull – Truck (2), Leeds - The Carriageworks (2), Leighton Buzzard Theare, Runcorn - The Brindley (2), Salford - The Lowry, Shrewsbury - The Severn Theatre, Stafford - The Gatehouse (2), Winchester - The Discovery Centre, and many more He has also further performed the show at a number of Arts/Comedy Festivals (including the previously mentioned Brighton), Birmingham, Doncaster, Hull, Leicester and Nottingham.
More recently, Kevin has begun adapting the show for the conference and school stages with excellent results (see below). He is available for further teachers’ conferences and similar events such as PTA nights and INSET days.




Highly entertaining for teachers and non-teachers alike. Funny, witty, nicely cynical – and only occasionally Not Appropriate. This is for those old enough to sit inside the staff room.
Fiona Moss, Executive Officer NATRE National Association Teachers of Religious Education

I booked Kevin for him to deliver his ‘Not Appropriate’ gig to our whole staff team at our recent INSET. Kevin was appropriately funny and the staff quickly warmed to the event. Staff mentioned after that it was the best INSET ever. SLT said it was good too. As for Kevin, it is a real testimony to Kevin’s ability as a comedian he had us in stitches and the way he ad-libs and feeds off the audience is amazing. I would definitely re book Kevin for future events
Julie Bellamy, West Heath School, Sevenoaks

It seemed the obvious choice to book Kevin once we decided on hiring a comic for our end of year Teachers’ Do. As a Qualified RE teacher that had also experienced the joys of supply, Kevin was definitely the man for the job. Using all his years of experience, Kevin had our teacher’s eating out of the palm of his hand. His uncanny observations of both students and teachers had the audience in raptures.
If you are a teaching agency that is bored of just inviting their teachers to the pub at the end of term and want to put on a show; Kevin provides the ideal act. It allows you to have a theme for your event, shows you care, as you want to do just more than buy them a drink, and most importantly, everyone has a ruddy good laugh.
Marios Georgiou, Chairman, Step Teachers Ltd

Kevin went down a storm with my staff. His irreverent look at education was well observed, and as a post-Ofsted treat was well worth the money.
Carolyn Huxley, Lostwithiel School

Thanks for such a good show yesterday. Feedback has been really positive and you really made us laugh’

Neill Roskilly, Independent Schools Association

West Sussex County Time (click here)

Leicester Comedy Festival in the Leicester Mercury (click here)