An economic refugee from the London hinterland, Jonny speaks words aloud, fusing bittersweet autobiography, disillusionment and wonder in an act which has established him as a firm favourite at gigs, festivals, arts centres and housing benefit offices up and down the country.
A practitioner of lo-fi rough art, he has written two books -‘The Sustainable Nihilists' Handbook’ and 'Poundland Rimbaud'- both published by Burning Eye, and both stuffed with poems, micro-fictions and threadbare philosophy.
Jonny's solo no-fi stand-up spoken word theatre show 'Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk- One
Man's Struggle with Late-Onset Responsibility' spent 2015/16 touring around theatres, garden sheds, summer houses, empty shops and Britain's other ad-hoc performance spaces in a blatant championing of homespun DIY culture. A new show, ‘How I Came To Be Where I Never Was,’ is currently doing the same.
Jonny lives in Stroud, loves trains and jams econo.