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Tom Ward

Tom Ward - Comedy Club in Southampton

Tom Ward nearly made a fresh set of comical musings and creative diversions at The Attic Comedy Club in Southampton, after making a splash with his performance on BBC Two’s Live at The Apollo, and an impressive run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Issues like romance, living arrangements, general well-being, and gender politics will be discussed in addition to his established topics. This highly anticipated revival brings Tom Ward’s response to a disaffected society.

Additionally, viewers may recognize him from appearances on ITV2’s The Stand Up Sketch Show, BBC Worldwide’s Live from The BBC, and Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, Stand up Central, and Live From The Comedy Store.

He has accompanied Jack Whitehall, Joe Lycett, Sindhu Vee and Jason Manford on tour, and he presented four solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

He is currently on tour with his fourth-hour show ‘Anthem’, which had a highly acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2022.

“A genuinely exciting talent” *****, THE HERALD
“A star in the making”, TIMEOUT
“Always keeps you guessing”, CHORTLE

London-based award-winning comedian, Tom Ward has been featured on several well-known shows including ‘Live at The Apollo’, ‘Live from The BBC’ (BBC), ‘Roast Battle’, ‘Stand up Central’, and twice on ITV2’s ‘The Stand Up Sketch Show’. Additionally, he was recently announced as the host for Channel 4 digital’s “Funraisers”, described as a “charity shop Taskmaster” show featuring contestants in challenges based around a charity store. He also presented LAD Bible’s ‘In My Personal Space’ which interviewed celebrities such as Kyle Walker, Lady Leeshurr and Jamie Laing, as well as the series “No Instructions” with JackMate.


Chortle Awards 2017: Best Newcomer (Winner)
BBC New Comedy Award 2014: Main Prize (Finalist)
NATYS: New Acts of the Year Show 2014: Top of the Bill (Nominee)

Tom Ward is the voice-over for Channel 5’s ‘Ice Road Truckers’ series and all iterations of ‘Abandoned Engineering’ on UKTV.

Tom Ward

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