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Jonny & The Baptists: The End is Nigh – The Drum, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervase

Devisors:Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervase Reviewer: Joan Phillips They do say you should never lie to children and maybe Jonny Donahoe will remember that next time he is tempted to give a child a short answer to a complicated question. This year’s offering from Donahoe and Gervers’ Jonny and the Baptists describes what happened when a fatigued Jonny accidentally told ...

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Every Brilliant Thing – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

tWriter: Duncan Macmillan Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Kris Hallett At the age of seven, a boy begins a list of all the things in the world that are brilliant to help combat his mother’s sadness: at number one, ice cream. As the years go by the list will grow; chocolate, skinny dipping, Christopher Walken’s hair, Christopher Walken’s voice, even “the ...

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Every Brilliant Thing – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Laura Maley Every Brilliant Thing has been a hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, in London and off-Broadway and it rapidly becomes obvious why, in this life-affirming one-man show. Duncan Macmillan’s script, with performer Jonny Donahoe, is clear and accessible and takes the audience on a journey. It is capable ...

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Every Brilliant Thing – The Marlowe Studio, Canterbury

Writer: Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Victoria Bawtree   Say the premise out loud: ‘a one-man show about depression’ and it’s understandable that some may want to give it a wide berth. Put simply, nothing should put anyone off seeing this production. It is a little gem of intimate theatre which lifts the spirit through laughter ...

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Pulse Festival: Every Brilliant Thing – High Street Exhibition Gallery, Ipswich

Writer: Duncan Macmillian with Jonny Donahoe Performer: Jonny Donahoe Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Glen Pearce There’s been a lot of talk in the media recently on the subject of depression, with one notorious columnist describing it as a fashion item. For those who have suffered from depression or who have dealt with the aftermath of suicide, it’s a much more ...

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Every Brilliant Thing – Drum Theatre, Theatre Royal, Plymouth

Writer: Duncan Macmillan assisted by Jonny Donahoe Director: George Perrin Reviewer: Joan Phillips When someone close to us dies prematurely, it is easy to feel robbed and it takes time to make sense of. If your own mother commits suicide you are going to take a long time to try and make sense of what happened. Every Brilliant Thing introduces ...

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Jonny and the Baptists Rock the Vote – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Writers and Performers: Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervers Reviewer: Joan Phillips Jonny Donahoe and Paddy Gervers aren’t going to cause a revolution. We know that because, as they say in their song, being British they are either too polite, too drunk or too hungover to cause any problems that threaten the system. And this just about sets the tone for ...

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