Edinburgh Fringe 2014:
Thug Liffe media pack on Dropbox, here.
Edinburgh Fringe 2013: Bec & Tom’s Awesome Laundry
Latest news is on the Bec & Tom page, here.
Photos available from becandtom.com or by contacting email@example.com
Edinburgh Fringe 2012
‘Clever gags and bumbling charm… you have to admire the ambition and intelligence’ – The Scotsman
‘Hilarious’ – The Skinny
‘A bit of intellect with your laughter’ – Broadway Baby
Edinburgh Fringe 2011
‘wonderfully upbeat hour of stand-up from self-proclaimed nerd and all-round nice guy, Tom Goodliffe… charming, intelligent wit that always evokes laughs… ****‘ – ThreeWeeks
‘a strong storyteller with a good sense of structure and his vignettes are funny and authentic… fills the audience with a blast of optimism.’ – The Skinny
‘this accountant-turned-stand-up’s material is as sharp as a tax dodge… he might have a hit on his hands.’ – The Scotsman
‘wickedly insightful and instantly likeable personality. Lauded for his comfortable stage presence and offbeat observational comedy, solo debutant Goodliffe could be one to watch in 2011.’ – Fest
‘Goodliffe’s affable manner gets the audience on his side quickly, and there are some real gems to be found… Goodliffe’s self-effacing humour is easy to enjoy, and there are some stand-out moments of sharp humour in this pleasant tale about one man’s quest for happiness.’ – FringeGuru
‘Tom Goodliffe has heard it all before: that he is cute, lovely, friendly, charming, adorable and sweet. And so he proves to be – a good-natured comedian in the vein of Jarlath Regan or even Adam Hills; one who smiles, laughs and grins the whole way through his routine. Of course, charm alone isn’t enough if the material isn’t up to scratch, but thankfully Goodliffe is also funny.’ – Hairline
Small feature in The Stage*.
*I can’t find these online so click the links for photos of the print versions.
‘Innate stage presence… the man has some style.’ – Chortle
‘The bearded wonder could win over the iciest of hearts’ – Canterbury Times
‘Tom Goodliffe was especially successful with his sharp observational humour’ – ThreeWeeks.