Augustus Stephens is a poet, musician, writer, performer and champion for mental health and is the leading light behind Mad Tom Theatre.
His third one-person-show Altered Minds, Altered Realities received ***** from The Open Door and 'Highly Recommended Show' from Fringe Review. Six different characters with six different mental illnesses who get on with life in a world that doesn't understand them. His fourth is Frankenstein: Man or Monster, with 8 characters and 4 with different mental illnesses all set within a gothic comedy with a monster and a teddy bear which got a **** review from Broadway Baby..
He also performs his own humorous poems and songs (wherever they will let him) and has music
available for download. Winner of 'Pure & Good & Right Summer Slam 2013'
Twitter: @AugustusNDS Facebook: Augustus Stephens YouTube: AugustusStephens
July 2019: UPCOMING SHOW at the Town and County in Rugby. Performances
January 7th: New video. A very short and slightly silly song about talking to my wall, and other things. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK5cUsAjLsI
October 30th: New video. The Mad Hatter's unBirthday Party, filmed at my unBirthday party one day before my 55th birthday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5CAQyJVCyk&t=23s
October 15th: New video. Short, silly and starring the Dalai Lama https://youtu.be/LzChrKHyfY0
June 27th: New song recorded - Trump Rump - a protest song about Donald Trump's visit to the UK. Download it now from Music page
May 14th: The CDs of 'Caterwauling' have arrived! They look superb, and they sound good too (if I may say so myself). If you want one, send me a message on the contact page or you can buy in digital form from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon mp3, Deezer and others.
February 2018: A new video parody on YouTube. This time I've altered Barking by Ramz to have dogs - that has to be an improvement! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NadzoeR569o&t=3s
January 2018: Parody of James Arthur's lovely song Naked. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHOH1QUJTyU
July 2017: Performed Frankenstein: Man or Monster at Blue Orange Theatre as part of Birmingham Fest
May 2017: **** review for Frankenstein: Man or Monster from Broadway Baby click here
27th August 2016:
***** review from The Open Door
'...brutally honest, lyrical and thoroughly entertaining... '