Nick Mohammed Presents The Very Best & Worst of Mr. Swallow
  • West End

From his Cats Does Countdown clips that quickly went viral to Hollywood TV hits like Ted Lasso and Intelligence, Nick Mohammed is known for his silly-yet-scientific comedy, broad acting and clever writing. Now, it's all bundled together in the critically acclaimed tour, The Very Best & Worst of Mr. Swallow.

Equipped with a mix of old, new and once unusable material, Mohammed's lovingly bizarre alter-ego, Mr. Swallow is showcasing all the hilarious quips that have made him a TV comedy favourite. Promising noise, maths, magic - and the whole of Les Mis - Mr Swallow is back to his old tricks once again.

Nick Mohammed's first UK tour has already received rave reviews, with The Guardian dubbing it, "one of the most incontrovertibly hilarious hours in town". The shows come after the success of Sky TV's Intelligence, which Mohammed wrote and collaborated with David Schwimmer on, and Apple TV's Ted Lasso, where he starred as Nate. Now, he's returning to his comedy roots with the return of Mr. Swallow.

See the comedian's beloved alter-ego, Mr Swallow, bring everything from maths to magic in this hilarious, one-of-a-kind show. Book your tickets to the West End performance now.

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