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TOBY HADOKE

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Chortle Award Winner               Sony Nominee            BBC Audio Awards Finalist

ACTOR

STAND-UP COMEDIAN

WRITER

MOTHS ATE MY DOCTOR WHO SCARF

VOICE OVER ARTIST

PRESENTER

BLOGGER

PODCASTER

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“Superior stand-up skills – very, very funny” – The Guardian

“Likeable, self-deprecating and armed with impeccable timing” – The Dubliner

“A comedy genius” – Metro

LATEST UPDATES (January 2017):

I will be touring in John Godber’s April in Paris with little Diamond Theatre Company: we’re going to hit the road in March and April and are going to Halifax, Blackburn, Oldham and Rhyl. Promo here. Venue at date details here.

I was in Sunday’s Radio 4 classic serial Aurora Leigh on 29th January (so it’ll be on iPlayer for a bit) and return to that slot at the end of February in a two part adaptation of Ann Veronica by HG Wells, which has a marvellous cast and script.

I have done an In Memoriam video commemorating contributors to the Doctor Who universe who died in 2016. Watch it here.

I have been commissioned to write another play for Radio 4. It won’t be recorded until next year (I have to write it first!) but the provisional title is Grand Designs of the Third Kind. Thrilled to be embarking on another one – which will again be produced by Charlotte Riches for the Afternoon Play slot.

My Guardian obituary for director Philip Saville be found here.

Volume Two of Running Through Corridors ia out now and available from Mad Norwegian Press or Amazon (orcin the shops), whilst Dead Funny: Encore (a volume of short horror stories by comedians which features a piece by me nestling amongst works by more estimable types like Stewart Lee, James Acaster, Robin Ince and Rufus Hound) is out now.

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4 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Hi Toby,

    I really enjoyed your radio 4 play (say that phrase rather quickly for instant hilarity…). Impressive juggling act between daft jokes and real emotion – with a soupcon of who-isms for the cognoscenti. Cheers!

    Dave McG

  2. Adored your play “The Man Who Fell to Earth”. It became quite sad towards the end – for those of us who have lost our parents will know. All in all, great stuff indeed.

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