Nat has long hair, loads of tattoos & is wearing black jeans ripped at both knees, and a tinfoil crown. He is clutching his knees with both hands and looking off to his right with the expression of someone who doesn't trust what they are looking at. Maybe the expression is because he is wedged in a hot dog bun.

Nat's What I Reckon: Hot Dogs Probably Aren't Real

Nat’s a comedian, noisy musician, mental health advocate and award-winning, bestselling author who’s been described more than once as a potty mouth.

His comedy has drawn a wonderfully diverse audience of over 4.7 million champions worldwide, with his videos seeing 100’s of millions of views and live shows selling out theatres and comedy festivals in both Australia and across the globe.

Nat’s new live show Hot Dogs Probably Aren’t Real is an hour-long meltdown of information set out to prove a point. 

They aren’t real… or are they? Probably not… but also maybe?

★★★★★ ‘Brilliant... it’s a packed house and the laughter just keeps rolling’ HiFi Way

‘Hilarious… one not to miss’ Weekend Notes

‘Cry-laughing and actual tears – emotive art at its best’ Beat

‘Underestimate him at your peril’ ArtsHub

Comedy • Stand-up
New South Wales • World Premiere

Fri, 15 Mar - Sat, 16 Mar

60 min

Royalty Theatre


M15+ (2 Warnings)

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