Arts & Culture
Nick Helm: What Have We Become? is heading to Maidenhead

By Tyler Ody

Nick Helm: What Have We Become?
UK Tour 2022

‘A true mastermind’ EdFest Mag

‘Terrific’ The Times ★★★★
‘Triumphant’ The List ★★★★
‘A true comedy daredevil’ Time Out ★★★★

Critically acclaimed and multi-award-winning comedian Nick Helm hits the road this Autumn with his brand new show What Have We Become?

He embarks on a show so insightful, so honest, so legitimate that it will fix all of society’s problems and lead the way to a new plane of existence. As the survivors of a global pandemic crawl from their fortified boltholes and begin to rebuild society - what is left of them and who amongst them dares to lead them to the light?

This is the future. The future is now. 

Nick said: “Can’t wait for the tour. Can’t wait for Christmas. Can’t wait for Easter. Absolutely chomping at the bit to go on tour and show off these new pills I’m on.”

The BAFTA-nominated and British Comedy Award-winning writer, broadcaster, actor and comedian Nick Helm starred in BBC Three’s 3-season comedy ‘Uncle’ for which he was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award in 2016 for Best Comedy Performance.  He also starred as ‘Lemon’ alongside Romesh Ranganathan in Sky’s ‘The Reluctant Landlord’ in 2018.

In 2017 he starred as ‘Watto’ in Channel 4’s comedy hit ‘Loaded’ about four friends who become multi-millionaires overnight.  He also hosted his own comedy show on BBC Three, ‘Nick Helm’s Heavy Entertainment’ in 2015.

Nick also starred in his own food travelogue show, ‘Eat Your Heart Out with Nick Helm’, which launched on Dave in to critical acclaim.

He appears regularly on and ‘8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’ and has also had appearances on ‘Celebrity Mastermind’ and ‘The Crystal Maze’. He has released two studio albums; ‘Hot ‘n’ Heavy’ and ‘Nick Helm is F*cking Amazing’, with the latter receiving a large album launch at the O2 Forum.

He is currently recording his third album.

September 2022

Friday 30 Winchester, Comedy Festival

October 2022

Wednesday 5 Tunbridge Wells, Trinity

Thursday 6 Leicester, Y Theatre

Saturday 8 Kettering, Arts Centre

Wednesday 12 Bath, Komedia

Thursday 13 Exeter, Northcott Theatre

Friday 14 Bristol, Redgrave Theatre

Saturday 15 Verwood, Merryfield Theatre

Tuesday 18 Maidenhead, Norden Farm

Thursday 20 Nottingham, Glee

Friday 21 Leeds, City Varieties

Saturday 22 Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

Sunday 23 Brighton, Komedia

Wednesday 26 Birmingham, Old Rep

Thursday 27 York, The Crescent

Friday 28 Manchester, Stoller Hall

Mon 31 London, Bloomsbury

November 2022

Thursday 3 Liverpool, Royal Court

Friday 4 Aberystwyth, Arts Centre