Exciting news !
The poet, comedian and musician will be appearing in Liverpool to help raise funds for Freshfields Animal Rescue.
John began his performing career at London’s Comedy Store in 1980, and received national exposure when he appeared with his backing band the Popticians on Carrott’s Lib in 1983, and recorded two sessions for John Peel in 1983 and 1984. He published his first poetry collection, Visions of the Bone Idol (Poems about Dogs and Glasses), pieces from which were later incorporated into Glad to Wear Glasses, in 1984.
John has written a number of collections of poetry, ranging from the surreal through the humorous to the personal and emotional. There are a number of recurring themes in his poems, notably glasses, dogs and reminiscences of his childhood in Luton.
John is a unique performer and well worth seeing live!
Saturday 5th September, 2015
Venue – Crosby Comrades Club, 96 Liverpool Road, Crosby, Liverpool L23 5TG
Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start, disco included.
Tickets £10 each
Contact Jane 0151 931 1604 or firstname.lastname@example.org