Johnny Strange recently got up close and personal with a chainsaw on Dutch TV show, Wedden Dat Ik Het Kan.
Johnny Strange was invited to perform on SBS6’s TV show Wedden Dat Ik Het Kan, the Dutch version of TV show “Go For It!” (UK) and “Challenge Me!” (USA). Strange teamed up with hosts Sylvie Meis and Jeroen van der Boom to perform a variation of one of his death defying stunts with a chainsaw.
Against the clock he had to chainsaw as many apples out of his mouth in just one minute, this dare devil challenge was featured in the 3rd season of the show.
Johnny Strange recently took part in a Guinness World Records’ Facebook Live broadcast.
Facebook Live host, Paul “Pee Wee” Wiggins, joined Johnny for a broadcast held on the Guinness World Records Facebook page. The live chat lasted approximately 45 minutes and included demonstrations of some of Johnny’s bizarre antics as well as an ‘Ask Me Anything’ Q&A with questions being submitted by some of the 198,000+ viewers and read out in real time via Facebook.
This was only part one of Johnny’s appearances on Guinness’ Facebook Live broadcasts, with the second instalment scheduled for 13th December 2016. Watch the short clip below, or if you want to watch the full 45 minute video head over to the Guinness World Records Facebook page over at;
Johnny Strange spent the weekend in Ireland performing at the Galway Tattoo Show. The show brought together some of the world’s best international tattoo artists and some of Ireland’s best tattoo talent.
As well as Johnny Strange’s comedy/ daredevil show the event also featured walkabout entertainment, live music, an art gallery, body painting, a tattoo cinema, photo booths, market stalls and traders.
Fresh back from Cezanne, France, Johnny Strange has just finished performing at the 2016 Cezanne Tattoo Convention AKA Convention Tattoo Aix.
Between performing stunts such as fire eating, whip cracking and hammering nails into his face he managed to catch up with l’Homme Tatoué, The Tattooed man, Pascal Tourain and The American Hustler, Richie Bulldog.
Image by World Tattoo Events and Spot The Spirit Photography.
With the 2016 Guinness Book being released this week it’s time to once again look into the amazing, unique and often bizarre world of Guinness World Records.
The world’s best-selling annual is back and bursting with thousands of amazing new records, never-before-seen images, fact-packed infographics and mind-boggling trivia. So, get ready for your yearly dose of mind-blowing superhuman achievements from Guinness World Records – the global authority on record-breaking.
Johnny Strange features in the 2016 edition book for his records “Fastest time to break 16 concrete blocks on the body” and “Most apples chainsawed out of someone else’s mouth in one minute”.
Blackpool has long been known for it’s dingy and drab tattoo parlours however things have changed a lot since the “good old days” of backstreet scratching. Blackpool is now considered ‘the tattoo capital of Britain’, according to The Mirror, with an estimated 1 tattoo parlour for every 2,867 people in Blackpool!
If that wasn’t enough, it’s also home to Tatcon Blackpool, an event dedicated to celebrating the art of tattooing – both past and present. This show also marked Johnny Strange’s 2nd performance at the convention in as many years, and once again proved to be an audience favourite.
You can check out the video below to see some of the artists and interviews of what the weekend had to offer, Video by Anna Paprzycka.
Johnny Strange’s Theatre of Wonder recently hit the seaside town of Great Yarmouth. Sword swallowing, fire dancing, the bed of nails, pierced weight lifting, glass eating and much, much more featured in this theatre spectacle.
With the sideshow siren, Eve Elle, making her debut appearance in the show – she performs stunts so dangerous your mother would slap you for even thinking about them and has a fire routine so hot she could make the devil sweat.
She also has nerves of steel as Johnny performed one of his signature stunts and chainsawed an apple in half held in-between her teeth, pictured.
Image by Laura Tovell.
Today is World Juggling Day (yes we have a day for that too!).
Created in 2000 as an annual day of recognition by The International Jugglers’ Association, it falls every year on the Saturday closest to June 17th – The founding date of The International Jugglers’ Association.
So, if you are a juggler like Johnny and are celebrating World Juggling Day 2015; either by taking part in a competition, attending a convention or putting on a show just remember, have fun …after all juggling is pretty much just playing catch by yourself.