Roses from Joe
Award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy has learned the secret of happiness - 40,000 roses, from Joe.
Wouldn't it be good if we could wish ourselves away?
The next chapter after the critically acclaimed, award-nominated ‘Observational’.
In 1985, Nathan moved from a big house in the countryside to a tiny flat above a Greengrocer, and had a terrible time. 35 years later something happens, something magical to make him see that time through different eyes. You can close your eyes, and wish for a better, happier reality - and when you open your eyes, it’s there, right in front of you.
Come, close your eyes, and wish yourselves away!
BEST SHOW NOMINEE BUXTON FRINGE 2019
CAMDEN COMEDY CLUB FRI 18:30PM
LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
28/2, 27/3, 24/4, 29/5, 26/6 + 24/7
CAMDEN COMEDY WEBSITE
CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK 2,3 MAY 14:00PM
TEMPLE BAR 30,31 MAY 15:45PM
BRIGHTON FRINGE WEBSITE
BUXTON, EDINBURGH FRINGE TBC
‘Smart, relentlessly laugh out loud…hilarious.’ Edinburgh Evening News 2018
‘Something special is going down’ **** Mumble Comedy Aug 2019
‘Stormingly good. Intelligent, funny, bang on point.’ Kate Copstick 2018
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee, Best Show Buxton Fringe Winner.
REVIEWS FOR 'OBSERVATIONAL'...
'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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MORE COMMENTS AND AWARDS FOR 'OBSERVATIONAL'
BEST INDIVIDUAL COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE BUXTON FRINGE 2019
‘Excellent show!!!’ Trevor Lock, June 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 Aug 2019
'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
‘Stormingly good’ Kate Copstick 2018
'Smart, relentlessly laugh-out loud...hilarious' Edinburgh Evening News 2018
‘Such a safe pair of hands… piercingly sarcastic jibes have a touch of the Stewart Lee to them’ Chortle 2017
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee
Winner Best Show Buxton Fringe
Sir Michael Caine Award New Writing Winner