Described as a comic-philosopher (londonisfunny.co.uk) Stuart Black"s social commentary is truthful, intelligent and eloquent. Stuart Black"s style and intelligence set him apart as truly original and independent voice in comedy.
Stuart"s new hour show No Moral Compass will debut at Leicester Comedy festival, then go on to Adelaide Fringe, and Edinburgh Fringe.
Sex, Money, Death
Performed at Leicester comedy festival & Edinburgh Fringe.
For the 2008 festival season he wrote a one hour show entitled Pale & Confused . The show ran at Adelaide, Melbourne and Edinburgh and was well received both here and in Australia.
The World Stands Up for Paramount Comedy - Season 5
Stand Up Australia - Melbourne Festival
Runner Up - Laughing Horse New Act of the Year competition 2007
Finalist in You Must Be Joking– Newbury Comedy Festival 2005
Semi-Finalist in So You Think You’re Funny 2005
Finalist in FHM’s Stand-Up Hero 2009
" Very enjoyable, very thoughtful – if Black isn"t careful, he"s going to become a cult comedian." - Londondisfunny.co.uk
"Beautifully poetic... [he is] a fascinating character seemingly straight out of a Kerouac novel" - theskinny.co.uk
"Black is certainly speaking a very different language to many Fringe stand-ups." - thelist.co.uk
"Warm, engaging and dangerously funny." Rip it up Magazine, Adelaide
"...skilful delivery, matched with a care in choosing his language and imagery… one to watch." chortle.co.uk
"...elegant writing and relaxed style." chortle.co.uk
"The punchlines are enhanced by the fact you can almost never see them coming." chortle.co.uk
“Black takes on the down side of ordinary life and its infuriating issues and turns them into something all at once shocking, amazing, impossible and fantastic... “ DB Magazine - Adelaide
"he says things you won’t have heard before in an interesting, witty way, with lashings of aloof attitude." chortle.co.uk
"He’s often tipped as being one to watch for the future – it surely won’t be long until the future is now." chortle.co.uk