An up and coming comedian who recently supported Kevin Bridges on tour is coming to Glasgow with his own show this June.

At only 22-years-old, Tom Lucy has already established himself as one of the most exciting new talents on the comedy circuit.

After successful shows at the Edinburgh Fringe over the last two years, Tom has now announced a string of dates, including an appearance at the Stand in Glasgow, which will show off his best material to date alongside new gems.

Tom is apparently, a millennial, but this is not something he is happy about. His show is about family, growing up and struggling to come to terms with being the snowflake of his generation.

Writing on his Beyond a Joke website, British arts critic Bruce Dessau, said it was “easy to see what the fuss is all about” when referring to the 22-year-old.

Signed to the prestigious Off The Kerb agency, home to comedy legends such as Michael McIntyre, Jonathan Ross and Alan Carr, since the age of 17, he quickly rose through the comedy clubs and became one of the youngest professional stand-up comedians in the world.

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When he was 19, he became the youngest ever comedian to perform in arenas as a special guest of Jack Whitehall. He has also supported Aziz Ansari in London.

In 2018, Tom completed a sell-out residency at London’s Soho Theatre – his first solo headline shows in London - and he has also toured internationally in the Middle East, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany and the USA.

In 2016, at just 19, Tom won the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award before taking his debut solo show to the Edinburgh Festival selling out the entire run and winning The Sun’s Best New Comedian at the Fringe Award.

His TV credits include Roast Battle and Comedy Central Live at the Comedy Store.

He has also written for Michael McIntyre and for the 2019 BRIT Awards.

Tom will be appearing in his upcoming tour in Edinburgh on Sunday, May 16 and in Glasgow on Monday, June 17.