" "Pure Class - a star in the making" - The Daily Telegraph
"Close to genius" - The Scotsman
"Natalie Haynes remains the most exciting new talent" - Evening Standard
"An enormous writing talent" - The Times
"Funny and cerebral" - The Observer
"The country"s leading young female stand-up" - Time Out
"Just try not to feel bad for laughing so hard" - Metro
"A feisty, fast-talking funny lady" - The List
February - May 2003 Currently on a national tour with Howard Read.
October 2002 Performed at the PSNBC Arts Centre, New York.
August 2002 Nominated for Perrier Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe, with Six Degrees of Desolation.
January - March 2002 Headliner of the Avalon Nation Comedy Network.
August 2001 Performed in The Big Value Comedy Show ... Late, at the Edinburgh Festival. The show was a sell-out, and was Comedy Pick of the Day in The Independent.
March 2001 Natalie Haynes" solo show, Six Degrees of Desolation, at the Canal Cafe Theatre, Little Venice, sold out its run following a five-star review in the London Metro, and was Pick of the Week in The Evening Standard.
February 2000 Performed at the Leicester Comedy Festival, the largest festival devoted to comedy in Britain.
August 1998 Appeared in The Big Value Comedy Show....Late, alongside Nick Wilty, Steve Best and Andrew Pipe, for Screaming Blue Murder at the Edinburgh Festival.
March 1997 Runner-up in Leicester Comedy Festival New Act of the Year and Hackney Empire"s New Act of the Year Award.August 1995 Finalist in Channel 4 and the Gilded Balloon"s So You Think You"re Funny...? Other finalists included Johnny Vegas and Lee Mack.