Tom Stade is only just warming up as the new decade brings even more rock ’n’ roll swagger and blithesome spirit. You ain’t seen nothing yetPushing the boundaries of his irrepressible sense of mischief further than ever before, join Tom as he revels in his newfound sense of freedom with hilarious anecdotes of how he is embracing the next chapter of his and his family’s lives.
With 30 years out on the comedy frontline as well as a brand-new show every year since 2011, Tom Stade is only just warming up as he enters the new decade with even more of his rock ’n’ roll swagger and blithesome spirit. You ain’t seen nothing yet!
Well known for his spellbindingly cool stage presence and side-splitting material, Tom was the co-writer and co-star of Frankie Boyle’s infamous Channel 4 series Tramadol Nights as well as co-writer of online series M.U.F.F alongside Daniel Sloss. Tom Stade’s excellence and universal appeal has led to many years of dominating the world with international touring and a nomination for Best Headliner by Chortle. His last tour I Swear To… has also been recently produced as a special release for Next Up Comedy. Since making the UK his home in 2001, Tom has also regularly performed for the British troops overseas in the Falklands, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Aside from his work as a comedian, Tom has recently made a venture in serious acting and featured in a BBC drama The Grey Area (directed by BAFTA award winning director, Garry Anthony Frazer), which is about escaping addiction and gang violence in Edinburgh. Along with The Grey Area, Tom has appeared in the critically acclaimed Canadian sitcom The Newsroom and the award-winning feature film My Own Private Oshawa.
As seen on Live at the Apollo (twice!), Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, BBC One’s The John Bishop Show, Dave’s One Night Stand, Comedy Central’s The Comedy Star, ITV 2’s Comedy Cuts, and Lee Mack’s All-Star Cast to name a few.
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