With his larger than life personality Nath Valvo has the audience hooked from the first sentence and delivers a superb show from start to finish.
Presented by Laughing Stock Productions Reviewed 21 February 2017 Comedian Nath Valvo brings his new show Not In This House to the Garden of Unearthly Delights as part of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe Festival. As the show title suggests, Valvo’s set centres on the dealings of family and the expectations loaded onto him, in particular […]
Presented by the Feast Festival Reviewed 21 November 2013 Three former twinks, Nath Valvo, Brendan Maclean and Thomas Jaspers, take to the stage, each with their unique comedy styles to present a loosely scripted show that centres on one thing they have in common: they are now called twunks. The ensemble of cast members leads […]
The annual Feast Comedy Debate centred on two teams of comedians who debate either for or against the chosen topic. This year's topic was "Same Sex Marriage – Why Bother?"
Valvo’s penetrating observations of his Grindr obsession encourages thought, even through the laughter, and his questioning and finally flaunting of the ideas of sexual norms makes the show hilarious.
The comedy debate is a highlight of the annual Feast calendar and under the comical, albeit loose control of comedienne Lori Bell, this year was no exception.
I'm informed the term "fag hag" is highly offensive to a minority group of overly sensitive whingers who think it can only be used by those who are one.
The theme of this year's Feast Festival is 'Coming Together', offering an ideal opportunity for six queer comedians to debate whether or not the gay community actually wants to come together as one.