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Fresh Comedy with Tom Ballard (Tonightly, OXFAM Gala)

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After far too long Tom Ballard (OXFAM Gala, Tonightly, The Project, Spicks and Specks), returns armed with a swag of new gags.

om Ballard is an award-winning stand-up comedian/actor/writer/broadcaster/person who always tries his best. He’s one of Australia’s hottest comic talents, he’s performed and won acclaim all around the world and he’s very pleased to meet you.

In 2009, Tom became the youngest ever recipient of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Best Newcomer Award for his debut hour, Tom Ballard Is What He Is. He was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe for his show Taxis & Rainbows & Hatred, while his 2016 show The World Keeps Happening was nominated for Best Show in both Melbourne and Edinburgh, as well as taking out the 2016 Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performer. The show then went on to be recorded at the Comedy Theatre for Stan Australia’s One Night Stan series: you can watch that here.

In 2017 Tom’s show Problematic won the Best Australian Show Award at the Sydney Comedy Festival and was hailed as one of the top three best-reviewed shows at the Edinburgh Fringe that year. He’s been invited to perform at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, had sold-out seasons at the famous Soho Theatre and has opened for the likes of Wanda Sykes, Stephen Merchant and Danny Bhoy.

He even once roast-battled Jimmy Carr and didn’t die in the process.

Tom recorded Is What He Is in 2011 and in 2013 he released an audio recording of his show Since 1989 via Bandcamp. Both of these things are available on the merchandise page.

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