THAT EATON-JONES FELLOW

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Acting Reviews...

'BLUES BROTHERS RELOADED' (2012)

"The wit flowed in equal measure; a couple of jibes at the expense of Russell Brand and Anthony Worrall Thompson prompted gales of laughter. There was no shortage of antics, either, from extrovert vocalist-cum-MC Barnaby “Elwood” Eaton-Jones, imperiously surveying on-stage proceedings and indulging himself like a reincarnation of Eric Morecambe..." (The Gloucestershire Echo, This Is Gloucestershire and The Citizen)

'BLITHE SPIRIT' TOUR (2009)

"Barnaby Eaton-Jones (Charles Condomine), it seems, can adapt his skills to almost any role but is obviously at home playing aristocratic gentlemen, however silly or solemn." (The Gloucestershire Echo)

'THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST' TOUR (2007)

"The best moments, however, were left to sparring partners Algernon Moncrieff (Barnaby Eaton-Jones) and Jack Worthing (Keith Patrick), who ensured that the mercury count on the thermometer remained high throughout, reaching heatwave level at the end of the second act when Algernon’s unscheduled skid prompted one of the most excruciatingly funny sequences of corpsing and ad-libbing I have ever seen, and justified the admission price on its own." (BBC Gloucestershire)

'MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTNHING' TOUR (2006)

"Barnaby Eaton-Jones as Benedick, however, simply illuminated the entire presentation, especially during his forthright confrontation with Beatrice" (BBC Gloucestershire)
 

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