JONNY AND THE BAPTISTS delayed start to the evening. Our guys are stuck on the M4 in what sounds like an awful accident involving a lorry, coach and a car. They’re ok and currently reversing along the motorway to find an exit and a way to Cardigan. Tonight’s show will be delayed as we’re expecting them to arrive at 8:30pm. Hearts going out to those involved in the crash and other people on their journeys west. The bar will be open at 8pm so please come along as planned. Thanks–
NEWS. Jonny & The Baptists PLUS support from John-Luke Roberts, one of the Edinburgh Fringe’s most celebrated talents of recent times at Small World Theatre 4/10/19. Hurray to John-Luke Roberts for adding his 30-minute act to the evening and giving Jonny and Paddy a lift to Wales! Still the same incredible ticket price £10.
We live in a divided world, and we want to cross that divide. But how can we be popular now ‘populist’ means ‘I’m a shit’? Answer: WE LOVE EVERYONE. Oh, except bastards. Everyone hates bastards, right? We agree.
Multi-award nominated * musical-activist-comedians, Jonny & The Baptists are sick of being political and divisive. This show is about how everything is definitely fine. Let’s just get along!
★★★★ “Excellent” Guardian
★★★★ “Wickedly funny” Times
★★★★ “Lovely” Scotsman
★★★★ “Superbly crafted” Metro
★★★ “Disgraceful” Telegraph (bastards)
* We’ve lost 5 times and won no times. jonnyandthebaptists.co.uk
John-Luke Roberts’ Edinburgh show this year was a complete sell-out run and one of the most talked-about shows of the festival: a dizzying avant-garde ride through the mind of a gifted comic-philosopher. His sitcom Bull, co-written with Gareth Gwynn, aired on UKTV Gold and starred Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman. BOOK tickets to Jonny & the Baptists with John-Luke using the ticket below.
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