COMEDIAN Tom Stade brings his innovative brand of stand-up comedy to Salisbury Arts Centre.

He is performing at the city venue on Friday, February 7.

The kids have moved out and it is the dawn of a new era. Tom’s embracing change with his usual spirit and vigour; he can draw lessons from the past but he’ll be damned if he lives in it.

Tom is a regular at the Edinburgh Festival and has toured the UK with a new show every year since 2011, playing to packed houses and garnering rave reviews.

He returned to the Edinburgh Festival last year with his latest solo show You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet.

Tom has performed on BBC 1’s The John Bishop Show and twice on BBC 1’s Live at the Apollo. He performed to his largest live audience to date joining the star-studded line-up on Channel 4’s Comedy Gala at London’s 02 Arena.

He has also entertained audiences on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Lee Mack’s All-Star Cast, both for BBC 1; Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live for BBC 3 and The Boyle Variety Performance for Channel 4.

Tom has performed twice on Channel 4’s Stand-Up for the Week, was given an extended set on Dave’s One Night Stand and has also guested on BBC 2’s topical panel show Mock The Week.

Tom was the co-writer and co-star of Frankie Boyle’s Channel 4 series Tramadol Nights.

Tickets for Tom Stade: You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet can be booked by going to or calling 01722 320333.