Thomas Green

Comedian Profile

Beginning his career by selling out his 2012 debut solo at the Adelaide Fringe, followed up by a Best Emerging Comedy nomination, it’s safe to safe Thomas Green has only gone from strength to strength on the international comedy circuit.

It has seen him selling out shows at the Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival as well as at the Edinburgh Fringe.

His knack for crowd-work and improvisation has seen him become a highly regarded MC gaining him a Midlands Best MC Award nomination in 2018.

★★★★★ “…gut aching moments where you’re not sure if you can stop laughing.” WOWfm

★★★★½ “I honestly don’t think I’ve laughed harder” Fresh 92.7

Thomas’s engaging story telling, electric stage presence and hilarious characterisations has him being regularly sought after at high profile clubs such as: The Comedy Store, The Glee, Hot Water Comedy, Off The Kerb, Just The Tonic, Top Secret Comedy, Komedia, Punch Drunk,& The Frog and Bucket (To Name A Few!)

His effervescent charisma has seen him grace the comedy stages of some of the UK’s favourite music festivals including: Download, Wilderness, Godiva, Y-Not and Tramlines Fest.

At the start of 2020, Thomas worked as tour support for Jason Manford and during the covid pandemic helped launch the start of Garden Gigs UK.

Originally starting with a sister branch in Dublin, Garden Gigs was created during the pandemic of 2020 as way of keeping live entertainment going, with no foreseeable future for large scale events and touring.

Garden Gigs provides the BEST live, socially distant stand up comedy to communities and neighbourhoods around the UK.

Safe, fun, high-energy comedy shows that have kept audiences laughing and entertained throughout lockdown and beyond! 

For more information on Garden Gigs UK or to make an enquiry for your backyard, neighbourhood or charity event click here!

★★★★½ “Green will have you in stitches.” The Advertiser

★★★★ “…he’s proof you don’t need a gimmick to be great.” The List

★★★★ “Green’s quick-witted exchanges and improvisation with audience members are truly impressive, clever and natural.” The Advertiser

★★★★½ “Green used his contagious enthusiasm to have a sold-out crowd in stitches” Rip It Up