What I Learned From Johnny Bevan Press

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What I Learned From Johnny Bevan is probably my best reviewed Fringe show ever.

★★★★★ Exeunt Magazine – “It says so much about idealism and youth and maturity and compromise – and love”

★★★★★ The Skinny – “Performed in verse that bounds and soars effortlessly … compelling and relatable”

★★★★★ Broadway Baby – “writing that not only captures you in the theatre but also stays with you for days afterwards.”

★★★★ Guardian – “A pulsating piece of poetic storytelling”

★★★★ Scotsman – “Blistering… a story of our times”

★★★★ Time Out – “An evocative monologue about personal and political awakening”

★★★★ The Stage – “a coming-of-age story exploring male relationships and the nature of disillusionment in people and politics”

★★★★ Fest – “On The Road for the Brit Pop generation”

★★★★ The List – “full of humour, sadness and political fury”

★★★★ A Younger Theatre – “beautifully plotted and completely engaging, reminding us that politics affects everything”

★★★★ TV Bomb – “a fantastic debut”

★★★★ To Do List – “feel at times like he is talking just to you and no-one else”

★★★★★ Edinburgh49 – “a simple story that is powerfully written and mesmerizingly performed”

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