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Nat’s What I Reckon to take over Moncrieff

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Nat's What I Reckon who will perform at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Sunday, 22 May.

It’s been a wild couple of years for viral comedy champion, author, rock musician and mental health advocate Nat's What I Reckon who will perform at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Sunday, 22 May.

Nat’s debut live tour On Purpose completely sold-out theatres and Comedy Festivals across the country, adding “gazillions” of shows to meet demand along the way.

Now Nat brings his new tour on the road after once again hitting all the big comedy festivals.

The 16 plus show is set to be full of laughs with his hilarious online commentary consistently clocking up views well into the millions, proving that he is beloved for so much more than his sweary cooking clips.

Content creator, comedian and isolation cooking champion Nat has been making videos as Nat’s What I Reckon for almost a decade.

With a dedicated audience of over 2.5 million Nat loves his jokes but never loses his ultimate message of positivity, kindness and inclusivity.

The content creator has seemingly taken over the world with sell-out tours and comedy festivals, two best-selling books, his own Nat’s What I Reckon board-game, an AACTA Award nomination and a feature spot on Courtney Act’s One + One.

He’s delivered a TEDx Sydney talk, won an award and been nominated for two more for his first book, hosted Rage and he is looking forward to 2022.

His tongue-in-cheek channel has provided Nat with a platform to hold a mirror up to the weirdness of masculine culture and societal politics, often unveiling irony and making light of how strange everyday life can be.

The show begins at 7.15pm.

To purchase tickets to the show head to or call 4130 4100.

Event details:
When: Sunday 22 May 2022
Where: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
Time: Show time: 7:15pm-8:15pm (no interval)
Cost: $39.90 (+ $2.50 transaction fee)
Age Restriction: 16+

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