UK based Canadian Tom Stade ponders life’s timeless questions in his hilarious new show ‘Decisions Decisions...’, part of his UK tour stopping off at Comedy Hall, Tiverton, next Friday, September 26.

Stade's dark and edgy material, generally delivered with a faux-innocent ‘What did I say?’ air, typically ranges from the filthy to the trivial.

If you’ve only seen a TV friendly version of him on ‘Live At The Apollo’ or ‘Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow’ (BBC One) be prepared. Staid this isn’t – but then what else would you expect from the co-writer of ‘Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights’ (Channel 4)?

Steve Lodge, who has organised the Comedy Hall for seven years, is pleased to welcome Tom back to Devon.

He said: "It has been a few years since Tom enjoyed a sell-out show in Tiverton, and he has a very strong following.

“But if you think you've seen him and that's that, then he has changed his slicked-back, suit jacket look for a more dishevelled persona that reflects the more earthy, fresh material on this new UK tour."

Stade has appeared on ‘Mock the Week’ (BBC One), ‘Dave’s One Night Stand’ (Dave), Lee Mack’s All Star Cast’ (BBC One), ‘Stand Up for the Week’ (Channel 4) and Comedy Cuts (ITV2). He was part of Frankie Boyle’s stand up show ‘The Boyle Variety Performance’ (Channel 4) and comes to Comedy Hall fresh from sell-out shows at the Melbourne and Edinburgh Festivals.

The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are £15 – click here.