Nick Revell

" of the most creative and incisive comics on the circuit" Guardian

Starting out as a writer for topical shows like Weekending and The News Huddlines on BBC Radio and Not the Nine O’Clock News on BBC TV in the late 70s, Nick Revell began performing as a stand-up at the Comedy Store in 1980.

Over the next twelve years he worked extensively on the expanding alternative comedy circuit and made many visits to the Edinburgh Fringe, including Brave New Comedy in 1984 (with Arnold Brown, Norman Lovett and Paul Merton) and was nominated for the Perrier Award for his solo show in 1987.

During this period he appeared on countless TV and Radio shows, including Friday Night Live, Live at Jongleurs, made two visits to the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, co-wrote and co-starred with Andy Hamilton in several series of the award-winning Million Pound Radio Show on BBC Radio 4, wrote and starred in two series of the Radio 4 sit-com The Nick Revell Show, and his own show Nick Revell, on BBC-1. Also panel shows such as Just A Minute, The News Quiz, Quote Unquote.