Seeing Nick Capper is probably similar to how it was seeing someone like Dave Hughes or Carl Barron in their early days before they become famous and very, very rich, also luckily without a distinctive annoying voice.
In other words, Nick has that 'ockerish', country-boy flavour. But if you're worried that you might get some gross-out humour, than you'd be wrong. Nick, in fact, was a very pleasant surprise. His hair is like a cross between Leo Sayer and Yahoo Serious, which will make you think this is going to be wild and crazy, and he is somewhat, but in a good way. He starts out a bit slow but his jokes were right on point and refreshing with some extremely funny and original material.
He's different to a lot of comics on the MICF circuit, in that he isn't trying something abstract, in that respect, he is more of a Jerry Seinfeld style rather than your usual all political style. It's all about his life but without going on about relationships (which, spoiler alert, is something he talks about not talking about during his show). He also doesn't insult the audience and other people but still has enough sharpness to play well with the audience and has great ad-lib talents.
The Belleville is also a unique venue, it is at the back through this new bar and restaurant, which I need to a do a review of because it serves the best chicken I've ever tasted.
So if you want to choose a fresh, non-threatening (except maybe his shorts!), witty new talent, then get in quick because this comedian is getting very popular as he shares his journey for knowledge with us. It's a Quantum good show.