BEST SHOW NOMINEE
Leicester Comedy Festival 2020
Buxton Fringe 2019
Award-winning comedian Cassidy with an uplifting, multi-award nominated and internationally performed show about a magical year, 2019! With a crippling bad back, he joined a gym and a big, strong man changed his life forever. You couldn't make it up.
Caroline of Brunswick, Brighton
Sun 25th Oct 7pm
RESERVE FREE SEATS - PWYW on exit
25.08.20 - ★★★★ The Times 'The best show at this year's Fringe... A classic, structured rollercoaster Fringe hour... star in waiting... he is untouchable.'
29.08.20 'An extraordinary story richly accessorised with laughter. The best live comedy I have seen this August.' Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
Nathan Cassidy - the only live show at the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe - wikipedia
25.08.20 - Chortle review for Observational at the Edinburgh Fringe 'A fitting tribute to the can-do spirit in adversity that powers the festival...puckish likability...bold hour' (Jay Richardson)
21,08.20 - The Scotsman - 'First 2020 Fringe stand-up show'
21.08.20 - Edinburgh Evening News
21,08.20 - Chortle - The Only Show on the Edinburgh Fringe?
20.08.20 Bruce Dessau 'Is This The Only Edinburgh Fringe Show in 2020?' Beyond The Joke
Observational in Berlin August 2020
'As you watch his magic carpet unwind you sense a certain eerieness, that something special is going down, but you don’t know what... something transcendent, something sorcerous. Then comes the spinejangling & euphoric Keyser Söze finale, when all will seem well in the world!'
Mumble Comedy Aug 2019
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BEST SHOW LEICESTER COMEDY FESTIVAL 2020 NOMINEE
BEST INDIVIDUAL COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE BUXTON FRINGE 2019
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee
Winner Best Show Buxton Fringe
Sir Michael Caine Award New Writing Winner
'Well crafted and delivered at good pace with everyone leaving the venue with a warm feeling and a smile on their face' Buxton Fringe Review for Observational July 2019
'Nathan is like the ultimate anti-braggadocio, his boasts are solid, his pretensions likeable; while his tone is akin to a hammond organ played by a pro. His imagination for humour is like the fox that wanders city streets at night, searching for food where others have left it. Nathan also has the impertinent ability to tell stories in the staccato fashion; each line is told like a joke, but without a punchline – an extraordinary ability that has you hanging on every pause.'
Mumble Comedy reviews Observational Aug 2019