Noun (Doh-dek-uh-hee-drun). Definition: A one-man character comedy from the brain of Nick Hall. As seen on BBC Two, BBC Three and BBC Radio 4, and star of cult night Hot Tub Cinema and hit football show Comedy Commentary. 'Brilliant' (Times). 'Side-splittingly funny' ***** (ThreeWeeks). 'Crackingly original' **** (List). 'One not to miss' **** (Skinny). 'Mad cap energy' **** (Comedy.co.uk).
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Sketch comedian, stand-up and improviser Nick Hall brings his highly anticipated debut character show to the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe this August. In this fast-paced, energetic and hilarious hour, let Nick introduce you to a cavalcade of riotous characters, including obnoxious TV presenter Ken Kavanagh (star of consumer affairs TV show 'Watch Out!'), Shakespearian grandee Liam St Charles, Edinburgh Fringe newbie Edison Coolridge (alumni of the Milwaukee People's Theatre Academy), fiendish Nazi scientist Dr Oetker, and Hollywood Megastar Hugh Jackman (with his late night acting class - 'Huge Acting with Hugh Jackman!').
Nick's captivating and inventive style has already marked him out as one to watch. Since 2013 he's reached the semi-finals of So You Think You're Funny, beaten the Gong at The Comedy Store, beaten the Blackout at Up the Creek, and won the New Act Night at the Comedy Café.