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Nathan Webb

Nathan Webb is a Welsh writer and comedian based in South Wales. 

In August 2017 he went to the Edinburgh Fringe where he was lucky enough to appear on compilation shows and was asked to warm up and headline some of these and hopes to take his own show up at some point in future. From Sept 2017 he’ll be running and MCing two new monthly student union comedy nights in Cardiff.   

He has been gigging properly now since February 2016 and is currently seeking paid 10’s to opening 15-20s UK Wide. He is a keen driver (even owning leather gloves) and will happily ferry other comedians along to gigs. 

His observations are based on Welsh and British characters, sleep meditation, plus stories about his typical Welsh family and their comedy outbursts. Please book him, he has two children and ridiculous nappy bills.

2016 / 2017 Testimonials  

“Very funny, a solid middle spot and a really nice guy.” Gavin Pond.

“Skilled in writing and lots of confidence. He's really good and gonna get even gooder.” Matt Rees.

“Well rounded…a range of accents, sharp observations and clever one liners.”  Swansea Evening Post.

"Nathan is a strong, confident opener, he can hold his nerve with a difficult crowd and turn them into a grateful comedy audience." Josh Elton, Welsh Unsigned Stand Up (WUSA) Winner 2017.

"Nathan is confident and slick with some great lines. He's instantly likeable but always has a cheeky glint in the eye. Great fun." Col Howarth, Stand Up For Comedy.

“A promising newcomer and engaging young man with a flair for voices”  Noel James

"Hilarious and warm, really brought the crowd together." Fedor Tot, Le Pub's You Might Laugh.

A funny chap, always looking for an opportunity to play around on stage. Darryl J Carrington, Bristol Underground.

“Brilliant observations and well crafted puns. Destined for good things” - Calum Stewart, Pop Factory.

“A smooth and likeable performer with a lot of killer lines.” John Collins, Cwtch Comedy. 

"A strong and confident performer with some good gags." Sarah Bridgeman, The Parrot.

"I still haven't seen him perform." Rhod Gilbert