Tom Lucy


Tom Lucy has established himself as one of the most exciting new comedians around. Starting at just 16, Tom quickly rose through the comedy club circuit to become one of the youngest professional stand-up comedians in the UK, now regularly performing at the UK’s top clubs.

Widely celebrated for his appearances on TV shows such as Unforgivable (Dave), Stand Up For Live Comedy (BBC1), Roast Battle (Comedy Central), Dating No Filter (Sky1), Comedy Central Live (Comedy Central) and many more.

Co-host of smash-hit podcast Private Parts alongside Jamie Laing.

Tom has been performing stand up comedy since he was 16 years old and has toured internationally with his own headline shows, as well as opening for comedians such as Jack Whitehall, Michael McIntyre and Aziz Ansari. He has performed three sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Festival (2017, 2018 and 2022) receiving rave reviews and adding extra shows due to demand.

Tom was crowned Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2016 before performing his debut Edinburgh show Tom Lucy Needs to Stop Showing Off in Front of His Friends in 2017. This went onto to win the Sun’s best Newcomer of the Year award before he returned in 2018 with his second hour, Reluctant Millennial. In spring 2019, Tom embarked on his first headline UK tour which included a sold-out show at London’s Leicester Square Theatre. 2023 has seen Tom returning to Edinburgh with his brand-new show Melt with a headline show at The Bloomsbury in London.

As well as performing all over the UK, Tom has toured internationally in the Middle East, across Europe, and a few select US shows in New York and Los Angeles. In Autumn 2019 and Spring 2020, Tom reunited with Jack Whitehall as his support act for his enormous UK arena tour which included four nights at London’s 02 Arena, where he'll also be supporting Jack again this Christmas 2023.

His writing credits include The 2019 BRIT Awards.