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).
Nick Revell has done for magic realism what Austin Powers did for James BondThe Times
...a glorious piece of esoteric, literary fiction, finding a fun route into anarchic, erudite comedy⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The List
...a master storyteller with a powerful and original mind⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Beyond The Joke
Revell is a true raconteur. This is old-fashioned farcical storytelling, where a man, a microphone and your imagination is all that is required⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ FringeGuru
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mumble
A masterclass of storytelling, with a lovely final rant⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Morning star
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 tellyKate Copstick, The Scotsman