Tom Stade Totally Rocks!
- Website: tomstade.co.uk
The charmingly vicious, laid-back Canadian presents his latest solo show.
It’s been a phenomenal 18 months for Canadian émigré Tom Stade, playing to packed houses across the UK on his 100-date debut tour, being snapped up by 4DVD to record his debut DVD (due for release in 2013) and performing a storming set on BBC 1’s Live At The Apollo.
Tom Stade Totally Rocks is quintessential Tom Stade, packed with sharp and inventive observations, frequently cutting close to the bone, but brilliantly mischievous and always captivating. With tremendous charm and skill, Tom playfully leads audiences into a world where there are no boundaries, and anything goes. Join this 'part devil, part dude' (Kate Copstick, Scotsman), as he shares his refreshingly laid-back and unconventional ethos on life. A rollicking, carefree show from one of the country’s most stylish and distinctive stand-up talents. Catch him before he explodes into a household name.
'Unmissable.' – Edinburgh Evening News
'So cool he could well be the answer to global warming. Gloriously warming. Gloriously funny.' – Scotsman
'Rock 'n' roll comedian with a gentle drawl and traditional wild streak … razor sharp wit … absolutely boxfresh, nothing is staid about Stade … hot favourite.' – Evening Standard
'A natural performer … a flair for storytelling and a villainous sense of humour … master of hardcore comedy.' – The List
'Sublime, imaginative, original and hilarious.' – Rhod Gilbert
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Reviews & features
Tom Stade talks teenage attitudes, Daniel Sloss and Tramadol Nights13 Dec 2012
The Edinburgh-based Canadian comic was a co-writer on Frankie Boyle's infamous comedy series
Edinburgh-based Canadian Tom Stade is a man who likes to relax. So much so that he called his first Fringe show, And Relax. He even has a pretty laid-back attitude to teenagers. ‘We have a lot to learn from them, maybe some kind of patience or, as I…
Tom Stade Totally Rocks!28 Aug 2012
Lavishly furnished routine from master of hardcore comedy
It’s certainly worth doing your research before travelling to a Tom Stade show, as he won’t be for everyone. Comedy audiences may well have seen watered down versions of the Canadian’s stand-up on TV, when censors request that he keep the hardcore sex…