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Blue Jeans Management
Sun 24 Sep 2017
Running Time: 1 hour 50 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).
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After a hiatus from the touring scene, get ready for another epic blast of Tom Stade!
Direct from the Edinburgh Festival, the Canadian tour-de-force is back with a brand-new show for 2017.
Renowned for his carefree attitude and broad-minded vision, nothing is taboo to this enlightened and captivating comedy legend. Combining off-the-scale charm, razor-sharp wit and a no-holds-barred attitude; Tom pledges to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
As seen on BBC One’s Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The John Bishop Show and Ch4’s Comedy Gala.
Kick back and enter the awesome and mischievous world of Tom Stade as he provides an inspiring and incisive antidote to these dark and uncertain times. Simply sublime comedy…I SWEAR.
Support is provided by Matt Reed.
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"Unmissable!" Edinburgh Evening News
"Every inch a star. If comedy is the new rock and roll, then Tom Stade is Keith Richards." Daily Record
"Comedy greatness...monumental." Metro
"Huge presence...really knows how to work a room...attitude and energy...properly hilarious, thoroughly enjoyable." Mirror
"Rock 'n' roll comedian. Absolutely boxfresh; Nothing is staid about Stade.” Evening Standard
“Stand-up elite.” Chortle
“So cool he could well be the answer to global warming. Gloriously funny.” Scotsman