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Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Topical musical comedians Jonny and The Baptists come to The Met on Friday 21 March at 8pm.
Recently nominated for Best Show at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Awards 2014, Jonny and The Baptists present a raucous hour of songs and silliness. The Stop UKIP tour offers a satirical take on UKIP policies ahead of 2014’s European Elections, taking on Nigel Farage’s ‘fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists’.
“Uproarious rock’n’ROFL-ing” – Independent on Sunday
“A triumph… if you’re looking for a fun time, the Baptists will deliver” – Chortle
Formed in early 2012, Jonny and The Baptists are regulars at The Good Ship Comedy Club in Kilburn and have featured on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, Infinite Monkey Cage and Sketchorama. In 2013 they were nominated for the New Act of the Year Awards, Musical Comedy Awards and Amused Moose Edinburgh Comedy Award, were named “musical comedy’s rising stars” by the Sunday Times and listed in the Top 10 UK Comedy Talents to watch by the Independent on Sunday.
“Frank, fresh and funny… a treat” – Whats On Stage
Tickets are £10, or £8 for concessions. For more information or to book go online at www.themet.biz or phone Ticket Office on 0161 761 2216.
Jonny & the Baptists: The Stop UKIP tour is a musical comedy show centred on the European Elections in May 2014. Jonny & the Baptists aim to engage and amuse audiences with a range of topics, as they have done to national acclaim for several years. The show offers a satirical take on UKIP policies, while encouraging people towards voter engagement rather than apathy, whatever their views. One of the best things about the UK’s creative industries is the breadth of ideas available to audiences at theatres, cinemas and galleries every day, and the show hopes to further encourage that conversation.