Daniel Nicholas: Lessons in Nostalgia

Comedy (game show, stand-up)

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  • Just the Tonic at The Caves - Just the Spare Room
  • 14:15
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 14+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Daniel Nicholas
  • Warnings and additional info: Audience Participation, Strong Language/Swearing, Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue

Description

A stand-up game show. If you remember MSN and video game soundtracks from the 90s, then you won’t forget this show (round of applause everyone for that filthy tag line). With the country (nay, the world?) more than ever feeling nostalgic for "the good old days", Daniel Nicholas, the ‘Prince of Peculiar’ (GreatCentral.co.uk), takes you on a journey to work out whether nostalgia is actually a good thing. Featuring a game where everyone has to pretend to be sick and gets fed Jaffa Cakes.

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Barry 34 days ago

If, like me, you are shy and awkward, this may not be the show for you, as it involves a LOT of audience interaction (although there is a sweet opt out of being pulled on stage). Having said that, Daniel's energy, enthusiasm, and sheer silliness may be enough to win over even the toughest crowd members. The games are a great way to bond with strangers and blow away any mental cobwebs - in some ways it was like being at primary school again. Certainly this is unlike anything else I've seen, and it's bound to put at least a smile on your face at some point. Lighthearted and zany.


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