Spring/Summer Theatre 2019
Award-winning new writing from some of the most exciting playwrights on the scene today
For the first time in history, it's hard to be a man.
Woke American douchebag, Nate, is God’s gift to the #MeToo movement.
Natalie Palamides, 2017’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer, returned to the Fringe this year after her critically acclaimed first show Laid enjoyed sell out runs all over the world. In Nate, she tackles the subject of consent and washes it down with a lot of Perrier in ‘a show you’ll remember for a long time’ (Chortle). Co-devised and directed by Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, Dr Brown.
Show may include: consensual touching of boobies, non-consensual mind-blowing and Nate’s stretchy cock.
WINNER: Total Theatre Awards 2018 – Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form
BSL performance: Thu 29 Nov – to book your tickets for this, please contact our Box Office team directly, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 0207 478 0100, option 1, or pop in to book in person.
'A stunning one. It has found its time. I’d see it again in a heartbeat.
'Never less than snortingly funny.'
'Palamides is sensational.'
'This is a show you'll remember for a long time.'
'Hilarious, heavy, but lovingly handled, Nate is a mighty piece of work.'