Nathan Cassidy: Back to the Future III
272: The Free Sisters
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee with the final part of this year's solo show trilogy. What happens when you run out of ideas? You wear a cowboy hat, put on a silly voice and repeat the old sh*t. The best of Nathan Cassidy 2010-2014 (in Brummie). 'High in originality, entertaining and well thought through' (BroadwayBaby.com, 2010). 'Could be amongst the most astonishing, tear-inducing sights on the Fringe' (Fest, 2011). 'Moments of genuine raucous laughter and some great gags' (Skinny, 2012). **** 'A great comedian' (BroadwayBaby.com, 2013). Best Show Winner, Buxton Fringe, 2014.
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Yesterday, I was talking to critic Kate Copstick and I think we came to the conclusion that, this year at the Edinburgh Fringe, there is no one 'hot' act whom everyone is talking about.John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 17th August 2015
My yesterday at the Edinburgh Fringe started with a Danish man playing the bagpipes and ended with a policeman.John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 8th August 2015
So tomorrow it begins, the month-long laugh-fest that is the Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.yomado, Mumble Comedy, 4th August 2015
I'm doing three brand new solo shows this year - Back to the Future I, II and III - to coincide with the year that they went into the future to in the second film, which people have said is impressive. It's only really impressive though if they're good though, right?Nathan Cassidy, Giggle Beats, 21st July 2015
Malcolm Hardee Award nominee Nathan Cassidy returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with no less than three shows. If your life had a sequel, would it be better, or would you waste that second chance on a story with no soul? Martin Walker accesses his inner geek to discuss the Back to the Future trilogy.Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 10th July 2015
2015 is the year they went into the future to in Back to the Future II, so award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy (Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee and Best Show Winner Buxton Fringe 2014) uses this year as a chance to look back 30 years to his childhood, and forward 30 years to his demise as he brings three brand new solo shows to one Fringe!
In the first show, he looks forward 30 years and tries to eradicate the one thing that is set to ruin all of our lives, in the second show he goes back to before he was born as he explores reincarnation, sequels and second chances, and in the third he goes back 30 years to his Birmingham school days to explain the driving force behind all of these shows as he tries to change the past and secure a brighter future.
Nathan Cassidy is an award-winning comedian known for his innovation in solo shows; he has spent the last three years paying his audience to watch him(!), has sold out for the last five years on the Edinburgh Fringe and became the Ladbrokes favourite for the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2013 after giving away bets on him winning. He also hosts Edinburgh and London sell-out hit The Rat Pack Stand-up Comedy.
Back to the Future III: what happens when you run out of ideas? You wear a cowboy hat, put on a silly voice and hope nobody notices it's old sh*t. The best of Nathan Cassidy 2010-2014 (in Brummie). For 30 years, Nathan has been keeping a secret, hiding from the past, and not just his real accent. In this final one-off Fringe performance of the 2015 solo show trilogy, the truth is revealed, the driving force behind all three shows and all the ones before, as he attempts to go back 30 years to his Birmingham school, change the past and secure a brighter future.
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