Sal is a 55-year-old retired P.E. teacher who has an unhealthy obsession with her adult son, Brendan and a toxic best friend named Lynne. And Sal's got a lot on her plate; she's planning her husband's 60th, Brendans is coming home from London, and she has a new personal trainer. It's almost too much for one woman to handle.
"That Nat Harris isn't yet the same household name as Judith Lucy, Jane Turner, or Kitty Flanagan is a little mystifying. I'm sure this mistake will be rectified soon enough." Theatre Travels
"Nat Harris is a tour de force in Sal + friends with a parade of hilariously real characters" Kaleidoscope Arts
Praise for Pét-Nat + Han ah Chocolat:
Winner Golden Gibbo 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
"Most enjoyable hour of the festival. ★★★★★" - The Age
Presented by: Nat Harris
Nat is a Melbourne-based comedian and actress who writes for The Project on Network 10 and can be heard regularly as a 'Friday Funny Bugger' for Triple R Breakfasters.
After the bin fire of 2020, Nat teamed up with fellow performer Hannah Camilleri to collaborate and help each other "get by" for the upcoming comedy festival. They created, Pét-Nat + Han ah Chocolat, a sketch show which went on to have a sell-out run at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2021 and picked up the Golden Gibbo Award in memory of Lynda Gibson.
Nat was a recipient of the Adelaide Artist Fund Grant to bring Sal to the Adelaide Fringe.