Nick Helm: Can Somebody, For The Love Of God, Please Make All This Pain And Misery Go Away (A Work In Progress)

Nick Helm: Can Somebody, For The Love Of God, Please Make All This Pain And Misery Go Away (A Work In Progress). Nick Helm.

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Stand-up show starring Nick Helm performed on the following days in August 2015...

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Venue details

33: Pleasance Courtyard

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This show was not listed in the official Fringe programme so you may not find details elsewhere.

Nick Helm presents a Work In Progress collection of poems, songs and ramblings dealing with what it is like to lose everything that you had and held dear in your life for no good reason whatsoever.

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Nick Helm returns to the Pleasance this year with a Work In Progress collection of poems, songs and ramblings dealing with what it is like to lose everything that you had and held dear in your life for no good reason whatsoever. It might be funny, it might not be. It might be bleak as fuck. He is still writing it and probably will be until moments before stepping onto the stage, but then it doesn't have to be finished for another year yet and he's only doing the gig to fill in for Romesh Ranganathan's time slot who's fucked off to make a TV show in Sri Lanka, he doesn't even care about you, at least Nick Helm has shown up. What more do you people want?

Star of BBC3's Uncle and Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment and winner of Chortle's Best Music and Variety Act (2015), Best Breakthrough at the British Comedy Awards (2014), THE TIMES Breakthrough Award at the South Bank/Sky Arts Awards (2014) and Two-Time loser of the Edinburgh Foster's Award (2011 & 2013).