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Tom Stade: You’re Welcome! – The Lowry, Salford

Tom Stade in You're Welcome!

Writer and performer: Tom Stade Reviewer: Dave Cunningham   Tom Stade bounds onto The Lowry stage like a force of nature. As the title of the show, You’re Welcome!suggests, the appreciation of the audience is taken for granted. Stade’s in-yer-face style is so boisterous as to occasionally hinder comprehension. His loud voice is not always articulate and some words are ...

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Tom Stade – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Paul Downham Fresh from this year’s Edinburgh Festival Tom Stade arrives at The Lowry for the first of two sold out performances with his rock n roll style comedy. Canadian, Stade, who now lives in Edinburgh made a dramatic entrance with rock music blaring throughout the auditorium complete with Vodka and Coke in hand. The entire set revolves around ...

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Tom Stade: Totally Rocks – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Laura Ord [Rating:3.5] Tom Stade Totally Rocks – even if he does say so himself. In fact, he goes as far as to describe himself as God on more than one occasion through his Totally Rocks set. Perhaps this is an accolade too far, but he certainly is funny. The majority of the 263 audience members (he counted) were ...

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Tom Stade: Totally Rocks – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry.

Reviewer: Nicole Evans [rating:4.5] Tom Stade is a Canadian born comedian who currently lives in Scotland. A familiar face at the Edinburgh Fringe and with appearances on many of the big stand up comedy shows on TV, Stade is billed as “Part devil, part dude” and his sketches are well known for often cutting very close to the bone. Warming ...

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