Come find out what the sweary rock’n’roll comedian has been up to with his brand new show.
Viral comedy champion, rock musician, mental health advocate and award-winning, best-selling author Nat’s What I Reckon has been busy touring around the country with his new ‘Yeah Righto’ show, and now he’s heading to the coast for an especially entertaining evening of piss-taking this August.
He’ll swing into the Barwon Heads Hotel on Thursday, 24 August.
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Making videos as Nat’s What I Reckon for a decade now, Nat’s hilarious social commentary has amassed a quickly growing, dedicated audience of millions along the way.
While taking the playful and thorough piss out of everything from trade shows and tattoo events to burnout festivals and exploring Area 51, it’s his no-nonsense cooking segments that brought comfort to the masses during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Waging war against processed food after observing that pasta jar-sauce shelves had been picked clean by hoarders but fresh produce sections were full and untouched, Nat launched a no-nonsense instructional video on one of his tried and true pasta sauce recipes. With his classic, sweary style and signature cheery spin and whistle the clip immediately went to a new level of viral for Nat – and for good reason, they are absolutely hilarious. Highlights include the End Of Days Bolognese, Carbo-Rona Sauce, and Wham Bam Thank You Lamb and have even managed to get the tick of approval from A-List fans including Dave Grohl and Yael Stone.
With his hilarious social commentary, good-natured piss-taking and honest conversation about mental health, Nat’s since gone on to performing live at sold out tours and comedy festivals, published three books, a board game and a podcast, and clocked up over four million online followers and hundreds of millions of views on this wild ride he is on.
Tickets are on sale now, with general seated admission, plus a variety of dinner and a show options. Dinner will include a shared entree, a main course (from a predetermined menu) and a shared petite dessert platter.
Doors will open for customers who have booked dinner and show at 6.30pm. If you have booked a table of 8, entrees will be served at 6.45. If you have booked a table of 2 or 4 people entrees will be served at 7.00pm.Tickets can only be purchased in allocations of 2, 4, or 8 so get your groups ready as we are expecting tickets to sell fast.
Book in early champs!
Nat’s What I Reckon will head to the Barwon Heads Hotel in Barwon Heads on Thursday, 24 August. Get your tickets here.