Mega monolith Nick Helm is far too busy for a full run this year, but there's no off switch to this bitch, so armed with nothing but the best rock anthems on the planet, he's generously agreed to return for two nights only, delivering the sonic dick-kicking that Edinburgh's been aching for. After these gigs the Fringe might as well just go home. All killer. No filler. Don't f*ck this up. ***** (List). 'Pretty f*cking amazing...' **** (Time Out). 'It ain't pretty, but it is hilarious' **** (Chortle.co.uk).
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Mega-Monolith Nick Helm is far too busy for a full run this year, but there's no off switch to this bitch, so armed with nothing but the best rock anthems on the planet and jokes so epic you'll name your children after them, he's generously agreed to return for Two Nights Only and deliver the sonic dick-kicking that Edinburgh's been aching for. After these gigs the rest of the Fringe might as well just go home. All killer. No filler. Don't fuck this up.
Taking a break from filming his own BBC Three show Heavy Entertainment - which will transmit in September - Nick is back at the helm in Edinburgh with Nick Helm's Two Night Stand In The Grand and this time he means business. Again. Not content with two Fosters Comedy Award nominations (2011 & 2013) - and winning Dave's Funniest Joke Of The Fringe in 2011 - the original dream bender is back for two nights only!
Since his first solo Fringe show Keep Hold Of The Gold in 2010, Nick has returned each year with Dare To Dream (nominated for the Foster's Comedy Award 2011), This Means War and One Man Mega Myth (nominated for the Foster's Comedy Award 2013).
Lately Helm has become a regular TV and radio personality, most notably with the recent, highly acclaimed BBC Three show Uncle, in which he plays the lead role, which is back for a second series in January 2015. Nick had a hugely successful one-off for BBC Three Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment last year and he has starred on 8 Out Of 10 Cats (C4), Russell Howard's Good News and Live At The Electric - both for BBC Three. He is also a singer and musician and has released three solo albums - the latest is entitled Hot 'n' Heavy.
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