The Mash Report - with it’s great cast & crew (including our Steve N Allen) - returns to our screens on BBCTwo (Fridays - 10pm) from the end of October.
You can apply for audience tickets here:
Following his fantastic run at the Edinburgh Festival in August and his recent BBC Radio 4 series, you can see NICK REVELL perform his solo show “BrokenDreamCatcher” on the below dates.
Forthcoming dates - Do book ahead..
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Description & Reviews:
Following a successful run at this year's Edinburgh Festival and his BBC Radio 4 series, see comedian Nick Revell perform a collection of surreal, satirical and autobiographical stories, including Vladimir Putin’s Bottom Is Missing, Clash of The Hipster Shamans and BrokenDreamCatcher. Not only autobiographical but also 100% true (as defined by The 2018 International MSM and Social Media Definitions of Veracity Convention).
The Times - “Nick Revell has done for magic realism what Austin Powers did for James Bond”.
The Observer - “So good…uplifting stuff”
The Sunday Times - Sublimely surreal…wonderfully odd”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The List - "...a glorious piece of esoteric, literary fiction, finding a fun route into anarchic, erudite comedy"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Beyond The Joke - "...a master storyteller with a powerful and original mind"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ FringeGuru - "Revell is a true raconteur. This is old-fashioned farcical storytelling, where a man, a microphone and your imagination is all that is required"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mumble - "Great surrealism should always be on the cusp of believable. It is known as the suspension of disbelief. And this comic did that with great aplomb"
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Morning star - "A masterclass of storytelling, with a lovely final rant"
“This is a sort of Jackanory for grown-ups and it is great fun. Nick Revell’s stories are a fantastic device to do some satire, some politics, some observational humour and a load of silliness…Nick pretty much has the ‘surreal fiction for adults’ genre to himself and he is its master.
I left thinking I wish they would put it on telly”
- Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
Age - 15+