They said he couldn’t make it as a global fashion icon; they were wrong.
They said he couldn’t legally acquire his own roundabout; they were wrong.
They said he couldn’t beat all the odds to become London’s first ever YouTube mayor…to be fair, they got that one bang on.
But now, armed with the rosiest of cheeks & the floppiest of hair, Max Fosh heads out on his first ever nationwide tour, with his hilarious & unpredictable debut live show: Zocial Butterfly.
3rd October 2021
5th October 2021
Please be aware that terms and conditions vary depending on the venue. You can find all information on the respective ticketing sites
WELCOME TO THE MAX FOSH CHANNEL
So basically: I left school in 2013 with ambitious plans to “go into the city”. That's what Daddy did. So I spent a nepotistic month during my gap yah in an internship at a corporate firm and bloody hated it. I went and looked for a job of my own and got one. At Wowcher. But hey, that's showbiz baby.
I was essentially inputting data all day and so I asked for my boss for a job title and she said I could call myself whatever I liked. So I became CAO – Chief Admin Officer.
It involved lots of data input and not much else. When the glitz and glam of this wondrous time wore off, I started Newcastle University, in 2014. I joined societies that opened my eyes to different types of careers, and started hosting a slot on the University’s Student Radio.
After a few months of this I joined the local hospital radio station, Radio Tyneside, and spent the next year or so learning tricks of the trade from the station manager, Dave Nicholson.
In 2016 I entered the Hospital Broadcasting Association Awards for Best Newcomer, and won with this application, which included me playing Match of The Day on my cheeks (not those ones, steady now).
During my final year at University, I started a series called StreetSmart, in which I interviewed students on nights out. It was ‘breathtakingly fresh content’ which cemented me as a ‘visionary pioneer’ of the man-on-the-street genre (these could be real quotes, I’m not sure). The real reason I started my own series was mainly because the Uni TV channel already had enough presenters on their show.
Following the first episode, filmed in October 2017, I relentlessly made StreetSmart episodes and I made approximately 25 episodes before leaving Uni. After graduating, I took StreetSmart on tour, round 14 UK Universities.
Following this, I worked in a bar for 5 months while working on the channel. I met Zac and Jay during this time, and in February 2018 we made a video which went truly viral; I gained 50,000 subscribers virtually overnight, and the rest, as they say, is history (if they don’t say it, I will).
Since then, my channel has grown steadily. As of January 2022 the channel has 605,000 subscribers on YouTube and 1.1million followers across social media (TikTok, Facebook, Instagram).
In total, the vids have garnered more than 100 million views, counting all platforms. This is technically right but if I'm honest, it's a bit of a stretch. 100 million makes me sound much more impressive.
In the last few years I have been lucky to have
collaborated with people that I am genuinely fans of:
Since starting back in 2017 I’ve had the pleasure
to work for the following brands:
If you’ve scrolled down here you might be expecting to purchase some merch, maybe a poor-quality t-shirt or hoodie to put at the back of your wardrobe. I honestly think that no one needs another t-shirt and I would much prefer you to spend your hard-earned wonga on my stand-up gigs.
Due to recent events, I’ve obviously been unable to continue my live shows. Once these are ‘back on the menu’, this will be the place to find tickets for them. Ruddy cheers.