Jonny Awsum: Sexy Noises

There are some shows which instantly give you a good vibe and this is one of them. From the opening number which saw the audience members being greeted individually, Jonny Awsum had the crowd sold and pumped for more.

Sexy Noises is a crowd-pleasing, endlessly entertaining hour of satirical songs and feel-good comedy that will have you laughing, singing and maybe even performing an air guitar solo.

Sexy Noises is made up of original songs, silly jingles and parodied popular tunes which aim to entertain and helpfully provide much needed guidance too. Throughout the hour, Awsum performs an array of catchy numbers ranging from sharing about his life post-marriage (performed aptly and hilariously to the tune of a Disney classic) to an advisory song to the men in the audience on how to pull a girl (from his personal experience).

A show like this relies heavily on the act not only being able to appeal on a comedic level but to put on a musically sound show. Awsum manages to hit both nails on the head effortlessly; the show’s narrative is well-structured and the songs are cleverly written, extremely engaging and garner laughs easily.

Awsum is an incredibly talented and natural born entertainer who knows instinctively how to work the crowd. His friendly disposition and charming personality helps him establish a great rapport with the audience from the get-go which consequently creates a constant positive reaction and cooperation from the crowd.

Sexy Noises is a crowd-pleasing, endlessly entertaining hour of satirical songs and feel-good comedy that will have you laughing, singing and maybe even performing an air guitar solo. If you enjoy parodies with a musical twist, you can’t go wrong with this show.

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The Blurb

Join Jonny for a night full of feel-good musical comedy and sexy noises that you'll never forget. With his friendly banter, winning smile and trusty guitar, Jonny leads his audience through the big life questions we all need answering. How can Jonny and his audience win the X Factor? (Groups category!) Who in the audience is a true Man of the World? And if you had one shot at playing the triangle could you do it? Strap in and ready yourselves for an Awsum time. ‘He's awesome!’ (Time Out).

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