'What Have We Become' is Nick Helm's latest stand-up show which he is performing throughout August at the Edinburgh Festival. The official show write-up promises "a show so insightful, so honest, so legitimate that it will fix all of society's problems and lead the way to a new plane of existence". The show gives us a fresh perspective on the last two years, delivered with his own unique observations on surviving the pandemic.
The show will also be streamed live in PictureHouse cinemas across London on Saturday, 20th August, at 5.25pm. Book tickets now.
Reviewers and fans alike are loving the show with Why Now declaring it "insightful and honest. And it’s very funny" and one fan on Twitter saying "Still laughing today, also thinking about how difficult it must be to produce that sort of intensity and not miss a beat. Real talent".
The show runs until 28th August at the Pleasance Dome and tickets are still available. The show then tours across the UK, starting at the Winchester Comedy Festival in September, going on to perform in venues across the UK including London, Birmingham and Manchester throughout the autumn.
Nick Helm is a BAFTA nominated and British Comedy Award winning writer, broadcaster, actor and comedian known for his hilarious one liners, poems, songs and stories. He starred in BBC Three’s 3-season comedy ‘Uncle’ for which he was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award in 2016 for Best Comedy Performance. He is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click his image for his profile page and voiceover showreel.