Nathan Caton: Get Rich or Die Cryin' (2 stars)

Glimmers of brilliance from likeable comedian

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This article is from 2011.

Nathan Caton: Get Rich or Die Cryin'

Likeable but palpably nervous, Caton’s material shows promise. Observations on his eccentric grandmother and the questionable lyrics of Tinie Tempah are tentative but there are glimmers of brilliance. With an audience willing him on, the show may well gain momentum over the coming weeks. A title that reflects the two ways a stand-up career could go, will Caton Get Rich or Die Cryin’?

Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 29 Aug (not 16), 8.15pm, £9.50–£12 (£8–£10.50).

This article is from 2011.

Nathan Caton: Get Rich or Die Cryin'

  • 2 stars

The award-winning comedian (as seen and heard on ITV’s FHM Stand-Up Hero and BBC Radio 4) tackles everything from race to your mum jokes in a hilarious show that will leave you no doubt as to why Caton is regarded as one of the hottest rising stars on the scene with a glittering career ahead! ‘Confident, charismatic and…

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