Following his last smash-hit UK tour and direct from this year’s Edinburgh festival Tom is back on the road with a brand-new show.

Please note that we have temporarily reduced the number of tickets available for this performance until we reopen after lockdown. If you are unable to purchase tickets online today, please email us at boxoffice@kent.ac.uk with the show title and your contact details and we will add you to a waiting list for when we re-open sales.

The kids have moved out and it’s the dawn of a new era! Tom’s embracing change with his usual spirit and irrepressible sense of mischief; what’s coming is way better than what has gone!

30 years on the comedy frontline and this Canadian legend remains as engaging, innovative and hilarious as ever. As seen on Ch4’s Comedy Gala, BBC One’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The John Bishop Show and Live at the Apollo.

 

This event has been rescheduled from May 2020.

The Gulbenkian reviews

“For energy think Porsche 911: 0-60mph in 2.9 seconds. Wouldn’t be out of place in an arena.”

Mail on Sunday

“Swagger of a rock star, charisma of a talk show host. Hilarious. See for yourself before the secret gets out.”

Warrington Guardian

“UNMISSABLE”

Edinburgh Evening News
Tom Stade: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Tue 9 March

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