Nat’s What I Reckon is bringing his new show ‘Hot Dogs Probably Aren’t Real’ to Geelong

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Nat’s What I Reckon is bringing his new show ‘Hot Dogs Probably Aren’t Real’ to Geelong

Words by Staff Writer

The viral comedian is serving up laughs and food for thought in Geelong next month.

On Wednesday, 17 April 2024, at 8:30 pm, the Gateway Hotel in Corio, will play host to an evening of laughter and enlightenment as New World Artists & More Talent present Nat’s What I Reckon – “Hot Dogs Probably Aren’t Real.”

Nat’s latest live show, “Hot Dogs Probably Aren’t Real,” promises to be an hour-long exploration of truth and absurdity. Delivered with his trademark wit and charm, Nat invites audiences to question the reality of one of America’s most beloved snacks – the hot dog.

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Nat, a multifaceted entertainer known for his comedic prowess, musical talents, and outspoken advocacy for mental health, promises an unforgettable experience for attendees. With a reputation as a “potty mouth” and a unique style that has captivated audiences worldwide, Nat has amassed a dedicated following of over 4.7 million supporters.

Since 2020, Nat’s comedic videos, boasting hundreds of millions of views, have earned him widespread acclaim, selling out theatres and comedy festivals across Australia and beyond. However, it is his no-nonsense cooking segments that truly set him apart, offering a refreshing take on culinary culture and a humorous respite during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Waging a humorous war against processed food, Nat’s instructional cooking videos, featuring recipes like the “End Of Days Bolognese” and “Carbo-Rona Sauce,” have garnered viral attention and even earned praise from celebrities like Dave Grohl and Yael Stone.

In addition to his culinary exploits, Nat’s candid discussions about mental health have resonated deeply with audiences, further cementing his status as a cultural icon. With three books, a board game, a podcast, and a legion of online followers, Nat’s influence extends far beyond the realm of comedy.

Join Nat for a night of laughter, insight, and culinary revelations at the Gateway Hotel. Get your tickets here