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"Another highlight was Langford’s duet with Chris Jenkins, ‘A Song That Goes Like This’.... Langford and Jenkins gave the audience a master class in how to perform a comedy number."

- Andrew Tomlins, LondonTheatreDirect.com

 

"Best of all, Jenkins gives us an engaging, dynamic Jonathan who we can almost see thinking: he credibly conveys the chronic self-absorption, puppy-like enthusiasm and even the periodic despair of the artist, yet is never less than relatable. His vocals also rise to the challenges of Larson's thrilling but demanding score. He is a knockout."

- Alun Hood, Whatsonstage.com

"Chris Jenkins displayed real depth as he explored his character's journey, as well as being a talented singer and dancer."

- Catherine Paskell, National Theatre of Wales

 

"Chris - you have just the biggest talent and sense of humour. It would be my pleasure to share the stage with you again."

- Henry Winkler

 

"Chris Jenkins lends a virile animal magnetism to the role of Larry Foreman, the young union leader who knows he has the winds of change on his side."

- Paul Taylor, The Independent

 

"Chris Jenkins gives Larry Foreman the kind of charisma that makes a people's hero."

- Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide

reviews

tick, tick...BOOM! - Park Theatre

Musical Theatre Review

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- Whatsonstage

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The Burnt Part Boys - Park Theatre

LondonTheatre1.com
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Jonathan Baz

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Spamalot - Playhouse Theatre

- London Theatre Direct (as Galahad)

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- West End Frame (as Galahad)

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- There Ought To Be Clowns (as Galahad)

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The Cradle Will Rock - Arcola Theatre

- Paul Taylor, The Independent

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- Kevin Sherwin, BroadwayWorld.com

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- Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide

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Come Fly With Me - Wales Millennium Centre

- Catherine Paskell, National Theatre of Wales

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- Robert Gould, BroadwayWorld.com

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