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Nat's What I Reckon 'On Purpose' at Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Nat's What I Reckon: On Purpose is an epically entertaining evening of piss-taking and previously unreleased videos – join Nat as he takes his unique brand of content and comedy offline in his debut hour-long multimedia stage show and video party.

Comedian, content creator; rock musician, best-selling, award-winning author, isolation cooking champion and mental health advocate Nat has been making videos as Nat’s What I Reckon for almost a decade. His hilarious social commentary has collected him a solid and dedicated audience of well over two million along the way, with videos frequently clocking up views into the many millions. With his love for taking the playful and thorough piss out of his surroundings, Nat has riffed on everything from trade shows and tattoo events to burnout festivals and exploring the wrong Area 51.

In 2020 Nat branched out into fully-fledged live shows. His debut live tour On Purpose completely sold out, adding gazillions of shows to meet demand along the way – and now Nat is ready and raring to hit Melbourne International Comedy Festival! Expect a multi-media extravaganza – with audience participation, video and even an anxiety game show.

Nat will share stories of how insane this online universe has been, reveal some of the hilarious inspirations behind his videos and screen never-before-seen footage and outtakes. He will also give the audience a glimpse into his off-the-wall creative process that has led him to this point in his career, which has all been, you know, totally On Purpose...

With two million followers across social media you’d best book early champs. This will sell out!

‘Hilarious, with a metal edge.’ Broadsheet

‘F*%king hell, we love this foul-mouthed quarantine cook.' The AV Club (USA)


Event details

Venue: The Comic's Lounge
Bookings: https://www.comedyfestival.com.au/2021/shows/nat-s-what-i-reckon

Fri 26 Mar & Sat 27 Mar: 7pm & 9pm;
Sun 28 Mar - Sun 4 Apr: 7pm

Comic's Lounge, 26 Errol St, Nth Melbourne


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