Nick Mohammed in Apollo 21
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All-new character comedy 40 years after man landed on the Moon, from writer and star of hit Radio 4 series QUARTERS.
Nick recently performed as part of the lead ensemble cast in BBC comedies REGGIE PERRIN and HORNE & CORDEN. His debut BBC Radio Four series QUARTERS, based on last year's Edinburgh show, aired early this year to rave reviews and has just been re-commissioned for a second series. He has just completed filming a second series of BAFTA-nominated sketch show SORRY, I'VE GOT NO HEAD and is currently filming THE KING IS DEAD pilot alongside Simon Bird for BBC Three. Nick also recently performed at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Total sell-out 2007 & 2008
✭✭✭✭ Julian Hall, The Independent
✭✭✭✭ Chris Williams,Fest Mag
✭✭✭✭ Katy King, Three Weeks
✭✭✭✭ Gordon Johnson,Broadway Baby
“Delicious... Mohammed is sharp, with great comic presence” Julian Hall, The Independent
“An absolute treat... Brilliantly observed... Choke-on-your-beer funny” Roger Cox, The Scotsman
“One of the most talented character comedians around… Superb” Tim Arthur, Time Out
“Superb... This is character comedy at its best” Fest Picks, Fest Mag
“Mohammed's airtight character comedy had his spellbound assembly gleefully chanting” Rosalie
Doubal, The List
“The energy was electric... Nick Mohammed is an exceptional talent” Katy King, Three Weeks
“Yet more proof that Nick Mohammed is one of our great comic talents” Nick Awde, The Stage
“Mohammed is clearly going to be a major talent… Absolutely brilliant” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“You'll find it hard to stop laughing” London Lite
Critic's Choice, The Guardian
- New Statesman
"Nick Mohammed...is absolutely hilarious. He's captured something delightful and essential..."
- Andrew Smith, author of Moon Dust
"Fabulous... A fantastic show."
- Paul Fleckney, London is Funny
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Reviews & features
11 Aug 2009
A gloriously silly and irreverent show
On the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Mohammed pays homage to the only astronauts to have ever reached the moon with Buzz Aldrin played as a salt of the earth Northerner with rheumatic joint pain and a love of dehydrated space food. A…