This week Comedy Chords brings you the second episode of The Living Room Sessions, in association with The Stand Comedy Club, with chat, reviews and discussions presented by three Stand regulars; Gus Lymburn, Gareth Waugh & Keir McAllister.
This month’s podcast features Tom Stade’s first ever interview on a podcast, insight into the up-coming Glasgow International Comedy, and the team take on the role of a compere with comedians Martin Mor, Joe Heenan and Jojo Sutherland. This month’s music is provided by Dogshit Johnstone. Gus is also in for a rather special surprise.
Tom Stade is a 42 year old Canadian comedian who came to the UK over ten years ago on the advice of another Canadian comedian, Craig Campbell, who told him that the British would get his humour. Initially living in London, he moved to Wolverhampton for seven years and now resides in Edinburgh. He is just about to embark on another tour so Billy Watson gave him a call to see how his preparations are going and talk about his life and career.