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Sir Ian Bowler MP (aka Natt Tapley)
"An angry masterpiece" Radio Times
Circuit-favourite character act Sir Ian Bowler, MP doesn't think corruption should only be available to big companies like British Aerospace or G4S, he's bringing his unique blend of venal desperation and low bribery-requirements to clubs around the country.
With a blend of satire, character comedy and silliness, Sir Ian bowler delights the audience by taking their questions about government policy and grinding them into answer-paste. Answer-paste with jokes.
As seen in Channel 4's Tonightly, Dick & Dom's Funny Business and BAFTA-winning writer for The Revolution Will Be Televised.
Finalist Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2011
“Fucking amazing.” Mark Thomas, Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
“An angry masterpiece.” Radio Times
“His veins throb and his eyes bulge as he harrumphs his way through his personal manifesto against political correctness. He’s imperialistic, homophobic and sexist – and very, very funny. The comically exaggerated opinions crystalise into wonderful one-liners, including a gag about his ‘handicapped boy’ which you’ll definitely remember for a long time to come… A powerhouse performance, and funny with it.” Chortle
**** “This is genuinely funny stuff… Tapley is always nicely in control of his character and material… [a] marvellous hour of comedy.” Broadway Baby
“Nathaniel Tapley delivered a topical comedy set of considerable class. His punchlines repeatedly hit their targets.” The Stage
“Big laughs” Arthur Smith
“Great.” Evening Standard
“His improvisational skills are hilarious and he is superbly watchable.” What’s Peen Seen
“Mr Tapley is an extraordinarily skilled actor and polished writer with a gimlet wit – but unlike many comedians there is nothing reassuringly safe about his material. Michael McIntyre he is not.” The West Sussex Gazette
“Alternately smarmy and hysterical.” Tribune
“Brought back memories of Spitting Image at its finest.” The Londonist