Jordan Brookes at The Glee Nottingham

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Wed 19Feb

Jordan Brookes (16+)Glee Club Nottingham

I've Got Nothing
Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner 2019 - No tricks. No gimmicks. No plan. Just an hour in my company as we reach the end. Things will be over soon. We're nearly there everyone! Great work. But before we go, I'm making one last attempt to find connection in the here and now, to snuffle out any remaining joy in this rapidly crumbling world, before it's too late.
All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID to gain entry. (See FAQs)

Advance price

  • £10.00 Show Entry
  • + £1.60 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:30 PM

More info

  • Seating type allocated
  • Food available yes
  • Minimum age 16+

I’ve Got Nothing – Tour 2020

No tricks. No gimmicks. No plan. Just an hour in my company as we reach the end. Things will be over soon. We’re nearly there everyone! Great work. But before we go, I’m making one last attempt to find connection in the here and now, to snuffle out any remaining joy in this rapidly crumbling world, before it’s too late.

Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner 2019

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee 2017.

Chortle Comedian’s Comedian Award winner 2018.

"I’ve Got Nothing delivers one of the comic coups of this year’s fringe.”

★★★★ Guardian

"masterful in his ability to hold the audience's attention… king of the double bluff”

★★★★ The Skinny

“It takes great skill to make an hour look this random, and yet keep hitting laughter buttons with precision”

★★★★ Scotsman

“I’ve Got Nothing is stand-up’s answer to Waiting For Godot”

★★★★ Chortle

"the backdrop of doom elevates his daredevil semi-structured, semi-improvisational style into something oddly profound."

★★★★ Fest

“Another exhilarating Brookes show”

★★★★ The List

“There’s a whiff of Beckett to I’ve Got Nothing: all of us (Brookes included) are just waiting for this gangly Godot to leave. But when he finally does, after a dozen false endings, it’s a crying shame to see him go.”

★★★★★ Telegraph