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This time it's matrimonial.
Little Johnny is back - and this time he's taking you up the aisle. Random Accomplice and National Theatre of Scotland presented the final part in the Little Johnny trilogy. June 2010. **** "It’s wickedly funny, but.. the mood shifts into something so profoundly sincere and moving it invites unexpected tears... All this plus cake - magic!" The Herald **** The Scotsman **** "Vivid and warm-hearted, and unifies its audience in love and laughter." The Guardian "Mcknight tells his tales with tremendous, camp chutzpah and an excellent line in ad-libbing." The Sunday Herald
It's been 7 years and the cracks are beginning to show.
RANDOM ACCOMPLICE are back with their unique brand of comic panache. Has the rut set in on what was once wonderfully described as watered down David Lynch? Afterall, who knew that working together was going to be so bloody hard. Join our hapless duo, stuck in their monotonous part time jobs wondering what could have been as they "grin and bear the dashed hopes of every wannabe who never hit the big time." **** "...a tremendously vivid show, in which layers of narrative jostle together with such complexity and playfulness that it fairly takes the breath away... an unobtrusively excellent script that turns on a sixpence between looming tragedy and brilliant comic one-liners..." The Scotsman
It's all the fun of the fair.
On Irvine Moor, two women wait at the candy floss machine, both of them unaware how they'll change each others lives forever.“…refreshing and original production …dark, funny and at times, very hard hitting…” The Irvine Herald “Excellent – very powerful and well presented. Brilliant humour and pathos!” Audience “Cleverly written, witty, interesting, a perfect performance. Well done – just gets better and better.” Audience “Found it both amusing and profound. Very impressed by acting talent. Witting and touching insights into women and Irvine!” Audience
Thirty, Single and Singing!
Little Johnny’s Big Gay Musical is a hilarious one-man musical comedy extravaganza. Little Johnny sashays, taps and vogues through life’s ups and downs as he approaches the dreaded big 3-0. The critics called it 'sublime', 'irrepressible', 'a late night delight' and 'on a mission to entertain.' The reviews were 4 and 5 stars - ***** Three Weeks, ***** Scotsgay, **** The Herald, **** The Scotsman, **** Onstage Scotland, **** British Theatre Guide.