Due to popular demand, Hannah Gadsby’s critically acclaimed and multi-award winning show, Nanette, has been extended for four weeks through May 13 at SoHo Playhouse.  In her New York City debut, Gadsby opened the show on March 9 to rave reviews including The New York Times calling the show, “A riveting New York debut,” and proclaiming Gadsby “A major new voice in comedy.”


WINNER of 2018 Chortle Award for Best Show
WINNER of Edinburgh Comedy Award, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017
WINNER of Barry Award for Best Show, Melbourne Comedy Festival, 2017
WINNER Best Comedy Performer, Helpmann Awards 2017
WINNER of Best Comedy, Adelaide Fringe Festival, 2017


“Introducing a major new voice in comedy, a riveting New York debut.”
– The New York Times

“One of the finest hours of stand-up I’ve seen.”
- The Times

"An electrifying experience."
- The Guardian


Nanette is a turning point for Gadsby as she embraces her life as “not normal” and moves beyond the restrictions of traditional stand-up to tell her full story.  The result is a show that has earned Gadsby rave reviews and multiple awards across the U.K. and Australia with The Times describing the show as, “A comedy masterclass for the first half-hour and the second half dissolves into dark, pin-drop theatre.”  For Nanette, Gadsby has won the 2018 Chortle Award for Best Comedy Show, The Edinburgh  Comedy Award (“the Oscars of live comedy”), The Helpmann Award (Australia’s equivalent to a Tony Award) for Best Comedy Performer, the Barry Award for Best Show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and Best Comedy at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.  

Due to demand, Gadsby’s sold-out 2017 London run added a month of dates from February 5 through March 3, 2018, and she sold out her entire 2017 season at The Sydney Opera House, adding two final performances on January 20, 2018.

A stand-up comedian since 2006, Gadsby was a cast member on the TV series Please Like Me, which was seen on Pivot TV in the US and is now available on Hulu.  The series was critically acclaimed and nominated for numerous awards including an International Emmy for Best Comedy Series.  She also co-starred on the TV talk show, Adam Hills Tonight, and has written and presented her own TV documentaries and a three part series for ABC TV Australia.  Her first book will be released in late 2018.