Jonny Fluffypunk presents a new lo-fi, stand-up, spoken-word theatre show for anyone who has ever loved, owned a vinyl record or just been alive.
Jonny Fluffypunk grew up in suburban nowhere. This is a story about trying to find yourself, when you find yourself somewhere you don’t belong. It’s about unrequited love, John Peel and the importance of a good record shop. It’s about trains and memory and letting go. This is a new lo-fi stand-up spoken word theatre show for anyone who has ever loved, owned a vinyl record or just been alive.
“Acute social observation, intricate humour, surreal fantasy, sharp irony and wit.” The Independent
“Sublime… well-crafted, tender and life-affirming. Highly recommended.” FringeReview
“This man truly relishes language. Go see him.” Tony Allen (‘the godfather of alternative comedy’)
Jonny Fluffypunk is a writer and performer who has been dragging his art around the spoken word and alternative cabaret circuits for over 15 years. A regular at gigs and festivals across the country, he has previously toured his show Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk: One Man’s Struggle With Late Onset Responsibility and has two volumes of writing out with Burning Eye Books. Produced in partnership with Strike A Light and supported by Bristol Old Vic Ferment.
8pm, £10. For more info, visit thewardrobetheatre.com/livetheatre/how-i-came-to-be-where-i-never-was