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Award-winning comic goes down a treat at Stourbridge's Comedy Hut
A SOLD-out Comedy Hut with standing room only welcomed award-winning comedian Nathan Caton to The Mitre, along with three support acts.
Londoner Caton is only 28 but he is a veteran of radio and television, particularly on the BBC where he has appeared extensively on Radio Four, Russell Howard's Good News and Mock the Week.
And the confidence was there for all to see, Caton standing out as someone who knows his craft and is confident talking to any audience.
Unusually for comedians, he focussed on stories about his parents and siblings, who he still lives with, rather than his girlfriend or wife and one tale about comparing insults with one of his young relatives was brilliant.
He is probably used to perhaps bigger venues but it shows the success of The Comedy Hut that the room was packed and that it can attract the quality of these comedians.
Of the support acts, Steven Dodd stood out with his observations about flight attendants and traffic wardens particularly hitting the mark on what was another great night of comedy at The Mitre.
Next month sees Carl Donnelly headlining with Joe Bromehead in support at The Mitre on Wednesday September 11, with ticket details available at www.comedyhut.org.
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