A former employer once called Tom Clutterbuck “the Swiss Army Knife of the arts”… “He’s the perfect performer to take to a festival.”
“He’ll do a stand up set, write you some bespoke poetry, fix your lighting and sound, and in a pinch he’ll play the Super Mario theme on the guitar until your headline act gets back from the beer tent.”
Recently Tom realised this wasn’t completely complimentary.
He’s not the best tool for the job, he’s just more portable.
“Jack of all trades” really means “crap can opener”.
He’s not a polymath, he’s a reasonable comedian with some free tweezers.
And he can’t do maths.
10 years after his first gig, Tom decided that it was time to focus on one thing.
So here it is - his debut solo show…
Which will probably contain stand-up comedy, storytelling and rapping while putting up some shelves.
Tom Clutterbuck never learns.
Here is a range of nights to enjoy the show: May 5th, May 12th, May 13st, May 14th, May 12th, May 18th, May 19th, May 20th, May 25th & finally, June 1st
...and add to home-screen to countdown to every show!
Other people recommended to see at the Brighton Fringe:
• Footage from a previous Edinburgh Fringe show...To an audience of 7 (more people came on other nights, honest).
• My puppetry company and yes, that is a photo of me lying on the floor being mauled by an 8 foot Obobe Bird.
“Slicker than his hairy-weirdo appearance might lead you to believe”
– Steve Bennett, Chortle.com
At The Cube in Bristol, I've featured on one of The Guardian’s top ten storytelling events in the UK.