Nick Revell started performing stand-up in 1980, and was a regular at the Comedy Store from 1982, performed at Jongleurs from the day it opened, and was nominated for the Perrier in 1987.
From 1985 to 1992 he recorded six series of the Million Pound Radio Show with Andy Hamilton, which was named best radio comedy at the British Comedy Awards, and he also had his own radio sitcom that ran for two series.
But in 1992 he quit the circuit to concentrate on writing – only to return in 2002, making his Edinburgh comeback with the show Bare Bones the following year.
During his haitus he wrote and performed two solo stage shows: The Ghost of John Belushi Flushed My Toilet in 1993 and Liberal Psychotic in 1995 – and wrote two novels: Night Of The Toxic Ostrich and House Of The Spirit Levels
His TV writing credits include Drop The Dead Donkey, Not The Nine O’Clock News, Three of a Kind and Naked Video, as well as stand-up routines for Dave Allen, Jasper Carrot and Bob Monkhouse
“consistently excellent” Guardian 2014 “Master satirist” Time Out
“A master craftsman” Time Out
“..one of the most creative and incisive comics on the circuit” Guardian
“Revell’s pedigree goes back to the Eighties, but his patter is as relevant today as it ever was” London Evening Standard
“brilliant. Travel miles to see him.” Guardian
“Easy delivery and a great stage presence” Times
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