Original People's Poet Dr John Cooper Clarke Heads To Wales For Two Dates

Original People's Poet Dr John Cooper Clarke Heads To Wales For Two Dates

The inimitable DR JOHN COOPER CLARKE will bring his ‘Luckiest Guy Alive’ Tour to Wales for two intimate shows during April 2019, at Penarth's Paget Rooms and Monmouth’s Savoy Theatre.

John Cooper Clarke shot to prominence in the 1970s as the original ‘people’s poet’.

Since then his career has spanned cultures, audiences, art forms and continents - a lifelong craft most recently embodied in his book of poetry The Luckiest Guy Alive, which was released worldwide in November on Picador/Macmillan.

JCC is as relevant and vibrant as ever, and his influence just as visible on today’s pop culture. Aside from his trademark ‘look’ continuing to resonate with fashionistas young and old, and his poetry included on national curriculum syllabus, his effect on modern music is huge.

Dr John Cooper Clarke will perform two dates in South Wales during April 2019

Dr John Cooper Clarke will perform two dates in South Wales during April 2019

His influence can be heard within the keen social observations of the Arctic Monkeys and Plan B. These collaborations mean that John has been involved in 2 recent global number 1 albums - with The Arctic Monkeys putting one of John's best loved poems, I Wanna Be Yours, to music on their critically acclaimed A:M Album

His latest show, touring across the UK, USA, Canada & Australasia, is a mix of classic verse, extraordinary new material, hilarious ponderings on modern life, good honest gags, riffs and chat - a chance to witness a living legend at the top of this game.

  • Dr John Cooper Clarke appears at Penarth’s Paget Rooms on April 4 and Monmouth Savoy on April 7.

  • For more details visit www.johncooperclarke.com

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