Stuart Goldsmith – Extra Life

Stuart sparkles with the effortless charisma and quick-fire timing he honed over a misspent youth as a street-performer. Nowadays he is internationally recognised for original, striking stand-up comedy; his last three solo shows making him an “expert standup” (Sunday Times), and a “consistent fringe must-see” (Broadway Baby). 

He is equally sought after as a comedian and compere, and has been repeat-booked at corporate events including British Telecom, Bank of America and Citigroup. He also won the admiration of mums and fellow sci-fi geeks as host of CBBC’s “Mission 2110”. TV warm-up credits include “Miranda”, “Coming Of Age”, “Wall of Fame”, “The Stephen K Amos Show” and many more.

 

Winner: “Spirit of the Festival Award”, New Zealand International Comedy Festival, 2013

Winner: Malcolm Hardee “Cunning Stunt” Award, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2012

Nominee: Chortle Internet Award for “The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast”, 2013

Nominee: Chortle Breakthrough Award, 2012

Survived ITV1’s “Show Me The Funny” with dignity intact, 2011

Presenter/dramatic lead of “Mission: 2110”, on CBBC, 2010 (two series) (obvs this is a kids show so maybe not relevant)

Creator of the “Comedian’s Comedian Podcast”, recently broke half a million downloads. Also done two Edinburgh runs with it; interviewed people including Al Murray, Sarah Millican, Greg Proops, Rhod Gilbert.

Not just another wanker talking about comedy” – Greg Proops.

 

Edinburgh hour shows:

2010 – The Reasonable Man

2011 – Another Lovely Crisis

2012 – Prick

 

Press:

A supremely talented stand-up, with a wonderfully funny view of the world and an effortless charm

Time Out

Stu did a brilliant job of entertaining guests at our Conference, tailoring his jokes perfectly to suit the audience. He was consistently funny for the entire show; a superb choice of comedian.

Warren Alexander, CEO Charity Retail Association

Possibly the bravest, and certainly one of the best debut shows I’ve ever seen

Kate Copstick, Scotsman

A fine joke-smith

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

“Consistently, dependably and utterly funny”

ThreeWeeks

fast becoming a consistent fringe must-see

Broadway Baby

Sparky goings-on and charm to spare, as Stuart Goldsmith marries pitch-perfect audience repartee with cleverly woven tales of the everyday

The Independent

You’re wonderful – just wonderful!

Teller (Penn & Teller)

A pitch-perfect performance, every nuance carefully calculated for maximum impact…

Chortle

Probably one of the most likeable acts on the circuit

Metro