The Queen’s Hall in Hexham is set to be live and laughing this weekend as Canadian comedian Tom Stade visits on his latest tour.

Following last year’s smash-hit UK tour, the Canadian comedy legend hits the road again with a new show titled ‘I SWEAR TO...’ on Saturday, March 16.

Join Tom as he attempts to figure out exactly where he fits into this emerging new world of feelings and Facetime.

Perhaps we’ll get an answer to exactly when did he, and all his stuff become vintage – and why didn’t he see it coming?

Armed with his usual swagger and playful sense of mischief, Tom explores these generational conundrums, and a whole lot more.

Audience members be warned. He isn’t shy to tackle a huge range of topics, from the obscure to the familiar, from a simple gag to quirky, inventive, rambling anecdotes with unexpected punchlines.

Born and raised in Canada, Stade garnered critical acclaim before emigrating to the Midlands and then up to Edinburgh, and after years topping the bill and playing at international comedy festivals around the globe, he soon appeared on the John Bishop Show and Live at the Apollo. He has also performed on the Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week, and Dave’s One Night Stand.

It’s clear to see how he’s now an established leading touring act in his own right.

He makes his second visit to Hexham after last visiting the Queen’s Hall as part of Jason Cook’s comedy club in 2016.

Tom Stade is at The Queen’s Hall, Hexham, on Saturday, March 16 at 7.30pm.