DON’T Happy Be Worry addresses life’s principal crossroads. The decision on whether to do what makes you happy or what is right.
Jack Barry returns to place a smile back on your face after the gloomy pandemic.
The comedian grabs the wheel and takes you on the journey of life-changing decisions. Setting the spotlight on the debate of marriage and parenthood.
All while simultaneously talking about absurd but ever-more common issues like polyamory and drug legalisation.
The show, produced by Berk’s Nest & Curtis Brown, discusses these topics by self-reflecting on Barry’s recent searches for happiness.
He discloses his charming adventures from, learning Spanish to adopting an old cat that collects illnesses as a hobby.
Thanks to appearances in shows like Feel Good (Netflix) and collaborations with Mock the Week (BBC2), Barry has earned a place in the comedy industry.
His sketch Get Staffed saw him win Single Funniest Moment at the Portland Comedy Festival Award and appear as a finalist for Best Comedy Short at the Montreal.
The comedian was also the face of peoples-favourite McCoy’s crisps during 2017-18.
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