Chasing Bono review, Soho Theatre: the entertaining agony of growing up next to Bono – The Telegraph

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“It sounds like a fecking dog-biscuit,” scoffs the young Neil McCormick on learning that Paul Hewson, a fellow pupil at Mount Temple Comprehensive, Dublin, has changed his name to something snappier as part of his bid to become a rock-star. You have to hand it to the boy who would grow up to be the Telegraph’s esteemed music critic: it’s a line that’s both funny and true. 



Seeing as how Hewson – aka Bono – wound up becoming as big as Jesus, rock-world wise, as part of the unstoppable fire that is U2, you could say he had the last laugh. Except that McCormick has a neat sideline going, milking maximum mirth from the unfortunate and plainly at times unhappy coincidence of attending the same school…



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