Nova’s Nath Valvo to Perform Stand Up Comedy show in Sydney

Nova’s Nath Valvo will present his comedy show Walk of Shame in Sydney on the 13th and 14th of July, at the Happy Endings Comedy Club in Kings Cross.

He showcased the Walk of Shame at the 2012 Melbourne International Comedy Festival in March.

Nath debuted at the 2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival with his People That Annoy Me rant, which sold out all 22 shows.


In 2011 Nath got fired from community radio, applied for the dole and “at the tender age of 28 years old continues to steal money from his dad’s wallet.”


“I’ve hit that age where most of my friends are putting down deposits on houses, I still use a pre paid mobile phone account,” Nath said.


In October Nath was rushed to hospital, only to find out he passed a kidney stone.


“You know you’ve had a crappy year when your highest achievement was passing a kidney stone, it sits proudly on my mantel piece to remind me that my year wasn’t a complete failure, Nath said. 


These experiences, and others, will form the basis of his comedy routine.

Nath performed with the cult comedy group The Shambles for eight years prior to doing stand up comedy in 2011.