Live Through This Direction: Jonny Potts and Jean Sergent (written by Jonny Potts and Jean Sergent) Circa Theatre; Circa Two (October 23 – November 13) Live Through This comprises two solo shows, two separate monologue-based one-person plays. Jonny Potts writes, directs and performs The Best Show In Town Is At Your Place Every Night and […]
Hello, welcome to episode 259 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T and Yeastie Boys and thanks to you readers and listeners. Now – as you probably know, as well as the usual platforms (this site, soundcloud, iTunes/Apple) you can get to Sweetman Podcast on Spotify – follow it there […]
The Aliens Direction: Cassandra Tse (written by Annie Baker) Te Whaea Basement Theatre (July 4 – 13) An Annie Baker play changed my life – and I’ve yet to see a production of it…you see, I was so blown away by hearing her interviewed, reading about her, seeing the works available that I took a chance on the script for The Flick. […]
Welcome to episode 31 of Sweetman Podcast brought to you by Phantom Billstickers. This one is a conversation with Jonny Potts – a Wellington-based comedian. You can follow him on Twitter where he tweets jokes and asides and pop-cultural commentary/comedy as/at Faster Camels – @fastercamels.
Jonny Potts had this fucking mental idea: read a giant book (800+ pages) every month for a year, then sit down and chat with two other people about the book. He drew up a list of titles and tweeted some people – assigned the books and started the podcast. I’ve just sat in on the […]
Jonny Potts is a Wellington writer and performer. His award-winning stand-up show Loose: A Private History of Booze & Iggy Pop 1996-2015 returns to BATS Theatre 19-22 August. He is the host of the podcasts The Year of Reading Massively and The Witching Hours. He’s on some form of stage around Wellington as often as […]
I’ve mulled it over far too long – and yet, as I’m about to start this, about to (finally) start a podcast it’s all very much up in the air (still). But I have to get it started. Or else it won’t…well, start. It hasn’t happened so far – because I haven’t made it happen. […]