Combining a wild mix of traditional stand-up, video content and music, YouTube sensation Nat’s What I Reckon is bringing his highly anticipated first live stand-up tour to the UK in October.
Fans will be able to witness his unique blend of humour and openness and encouragement in person as he brings his one-of-a-kind show to cities across the country. With initial shows selling out, further performances in London, Brighton, Bristol and Leeds have been added due to incredible demand.
Nat’s What I Reckon is the phenomenally successful YouTube channel from Nat, a Sydney based stand-up comedian. He has been creating comedic videos online for a decade, but truly rocketed into global prominence in early 2020 with his hilarious isolation cooking content. Capturing the hearts and stomachs of millions, his no-holds-barred approach to cooking and his candid take on the world has earned him a massive and dedicated fanbase. He now has over 4 million social media followers – his YouTube videos have been watched over 275million times, he’s a bestselling author of 3 books with another on the way and has presented his own TEDx talk.
Amongst the no-nonsense recipes featured on his channels and in his books, Nat holds a tongue-in-cheek mirror up to antiquated cultural norms and societal politics. By openly sharing his own battle with anxiety and depression, Nat’s positive impact on the mental health of millions of people cannot be underestimated. In 2022 he took on an ambassadorship role for Australia’s mental health charity, Beyond Blue’s inaugural Big Blue Table alongside ex-Prime Minister Julia Gillard, wildly exceeding campaign expectations, leading to an invitation to continue the role in 2023.
Nat has had shoutouts and collaboration invites everyone from Machine Gun Kelly, Courtney Act, Briggs and Dave Grohl. He’s sold-out solo comedy shows all over Australia as well as two sold-out live theatre performances at 6am and 10am in Sydney for viewers in the UK and Canada in the first real-time live-streamed ‘lockdown’ events of their kind globally.
With a message of positivity, kindness and inclusiveness that has resonated across the globe, Nat’s attention to detail in making sure his videos never ‘punch down’ has galvanised his voice as a trailblazer for mental health advocacy. Watching a video from Nat’s What I Reckon leaves people with more than a decent recipe. It makes them feel like a champion.
10/06 – Bristol Tobacco Factory – SOLD OUT
10/06 – Bristol Tobacco Factory – 9pm – NEW SHOW
10/07 – London Leicester Square Theatre – SOLD OUT
10/08 – Brighton Komedia – 4.30pm – NEW SHOW
10/08 – Brighton Komedia – 7pm
10/09 – Leeds Wardrobe – SOLD OUT
10/09 – Leeds Wardrobe – 9pm – NEW SHOW
10/10 – Manchester Academy 2 – 7.30pm
10/11 – Glasgow Oran Mor – 6.30pm
10/16 – London Earth – 6.30pm – NEW SHOW
For more information on the shows and ticket details just head over to here.