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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 (as of May 2016):

Right you lot, I am not a natural Adonis but I have been hitting the gym and eating Ryvita in order to get into shape for the Manchester 10k run in May. I would like to raise a lot of money for The Psoriasis Association so please sponsor me here.

Lots of obituaries have been necessary lately alas. A sad duty but one I am honoured to have been asked to perform by The Guardian for Douglas Wilmer, Gareth Thomas and Robert Banks Stewart.

I recently performed in two short films – Fuzzy directed by John Kelly and The Appraisal directed by James Peaty.

With director James Peaty and actor Christopher Sciueref during filming for The Appraisal.
With director James Peaty and actor Christopher Sciueref during filming for The Appraisal.

I will be interviewing the mighty actor Peter Vaughan on stage at the Cinema Museum for Fantom Films on May 29th. Tickets can be purchased here.

OLD NEWS BUT STILL PERTINENT – I set myself an enormous task in 2013 – to interview someone from every single televised Doctor Who story. These are being broadcast as a series of podcasts, found here. I outline my plan here. Updates are here.

If you have worked on Doctor Who or know someone who has, this is the page that should be read : HERE!

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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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