With little besides a ukulele, a kazoo and the clothes he walked in with, Tom Milsom is a whimsical and peculiar comic and musician. At just nineteen years of age, with songs ranging in topic from the cruelty of eating lobsters through to children born with birth defects, and with jokes that are hardly jokes at all, and more wry takes on modern life and philosophical semi-questions, Milsom's act is fairly unlike anything else on the comedy circuit, if it can even be classed as comedy at all. Catchy music, plenty of laughs and theology, all in one.
Tom has been performing musically for a year and a half and has ventured increasingly into comedy ever since. He has also written a full-length album, 'Awkward Ballads for the Easily Pleased', which has been met with murmurs of delight and approval from across the globe.