Comedian Tom Stade is known for speaking his mind and spending a whole show without swearing is sometimes a struggle.

So after wowing his audiences last year with his show entitled, I Swear, the Canadian comic is back in the UK with I Swear To… This time he is trying to figure out exactly where he fits into this emerging new world of feelings and FaceTime.

Tom is best known for his TV appearances on BBC 1’s Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and The John Bishop Show, but admits that he prefers the freedom of his own tours, watching his words is not easy for him, and colourful metaphors trip lightly from his tongue on stage.

“Your hands are tied on television shows like Live at the Apollo and panel shows are so restrictive. I like that we live in a world with freedom of speech.”

The comedian left Canada to settle in Britain because he believes in the tide moving you where it will, and he likes to flow with it.

“I feel comfortable with the Brits, I like British ways, they don’t hold back,” he said.

Tom was co-writer and also starred in Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights.

“Frankie is a good dude, I knew him before he was famous. I was honoured to be asked — he is the kindest man I know,” said Tom.

The comedian starred in the sit com, The Newsroom, and has had his own online sitcom, MUFF, recorded with Daniel Sloss.

“It’s been running for a few years now and is gaining momentum. It is a parody, pretty much of the show business system. I’m proud of it.''

Tom will be swearing to make you laugh on Friday, March 1 at 8pm in the Swindon Arts Centre, Devizes Road, Old Town. Tickets are £20 from 01793 524481 or visit