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John's new tour All Hail The Snail is a mainstay of the Spring schedule. Go here to find an article posted in Canary Wharf Kids about its message of tolerance and inclusion.

April 2018

5 April - All Hail The Snail @ Luton Library Theatre
Bringing John's molluscan tribute back to familiar territory

Thursday 5 April 11.00am    Tickets £7 Group Discounts Available

With Eleanor Moreton on violin

Luton Library Theatre    Luton Central Library    St George's Square    Luton     LU1 2NG

Phone 01582 878100      Web www.lutonculture.com


8 April - All Hail The Snail @ Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Two time slots to choose from at this University run museum and Arts Centre

Sunday 8 April 1.00pm and 3.30pm    Tickets £8.50

With Eleanor Moreton on violin

Djanogly Theatre    Nottingham Lakeside Arts     University Park     Nottingham     NG7 2RD

Phone 0115 846 7777     Web Earlier Time     Later Time


14 April - All Hail The Snail @ The North Wall Oxford

"Art as a tool for living"

Saturday 14 April 2.00pm and 5.00pm    Tickets £10 / £8 + fees

With Clare Elstow on keyboards

North Wall Arts Centre     South Parade     Oxford     OX2 7JN

Phone 01865 319450    Web www.thenorthwall.com


29 April - All Hail The Snail @ Watermans Brentford
"Our mission is to bring communities together through cultural participation"

Sunday 29 April 2.00pm and 4.00pm    Tickets £11 - £14

With Eleanor Moreton on violin and Clare Elstow on keyboards

Watermans Art Centre    40 High Street     Brentford     TW8 0DS

Phone 020 8232 1010     Web www.watermans.org.uk

 

May 2018

2 May - Poetry Pioneers: 35 Years @ Rich Mix Shoreditch
A retrospective of Spoken Word launch presented by Apples and Snakes

Wednesday 2 May 7.30pm    Tickets £10 + online booking fees

John has a 10 minute slot in this show alongside lots of other sparkling stuff

Rich Mix   35-47 Bethnal Green Road    London    E1 6LA

Phone 020 7613 7498    Web www.richmix.org.uk


12 May - All Hail The Snail @ Victoria Hall Settle
A beautiful Victorian Music Hall set between the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland

Saturday 12 May 11.00am and 3.00pm    Tickets £10 + online booking fees

With Clare Elstow on keyboards

Settle Victoria Hall     Kirkgate    Settle    North Yorkshire    BD24 9DZ

Phone 01729 825718     Web www.settlevictoriahall.org.uk


13 May - All Hail The Snail @ Waterside Sale
A vibrant arts venue overlooking the scenic Waterside Plaza and Bridgewater Canal

Sunday 13 May 11.00am and 2.30pm    Tickets £4.50 - £9.00

With Clare Elstow on keyboards

Waterside     1 Waterside Plaza     Sale     Trafford     M33 7ZF

Phone 0161 912 5616     Web www.watersidearts.org


18 May - A Potato Show @ Dulwich Festival
The Dulwich Festival runs a rich and varied programme from 11-20 May 2018

Friday 18 May 7.30pm    Tickets £12.00 / £10.00 + online booking fees

A bunch of selected potato stuff, snails may or may not be mentioned.

The Laboratory    Dulwich College    London    SE21 7LD

Web www.eventbrite.co.uk


22 May - Milk Poetry @ The Tobacco Factory

A very special night of poetry hijinks

Tuessday 24 May 8.00pm    Tickets £8.00

John is joined by Bristol based poet Josie Alford plus the signature Milk Poetry Slam

The Room Above (The White Bear)    Tobacco Factory Theatres    Raleigh Road    Southville Bristol    BS3 1TF

Phone 0117 902 0344      Web www.tobaccofactorytheatres.com


24 May - Northampton CND 60th Anniversary Celebration @ The Lab Northampton
60 years of passion about the future of the planet

Thursday 24 May 8.00pm    Tickets £5.50

John is joined by Clare Elstow on keyboards and the Jazz Butcher Quintet

The Lab    95-97 Charles Street    Northampton    NN1 3BG

Web www.ents24.com


26 May - All Hail The Snail @ Stantonbury Theatre Milton Keynes
A subscriber to Age Friendly Standards developed by the Family Arts Campaign

Saturday 26 May 2.30pm    Tickets £12.50 / £11.50 / Family £44.00

With Clare Elstow on keyboards

Stantonbury Theatre    Stantonbury    Milton Keynes    MK14 6BN

Phone 01908 324466     Web www.stantonburytheatre.co.uk


29 May - All Hail The Snail @ MAC Birmingham
A pioneering arts complex for everyone since 1962

Tuesday 29 May 11.30am and 2.30pm    Tickets £11.00 / £9.50

With Clare Elstow on keyboards

MAC Birmingham    Cannon Hill Park    Birmingham    B12 9QH

Phone 0121 446 3232     Web www.macbirmingham.co.uk


30 May - All Hail The Snail @ Greenwich Theatre
Supporting the grass roots of new theatre creation

Wednesday 30 May 2.00pm    Tickets £13.50 / £8.50 / Family £30.00

With Eleanor Moreton on violin

Greenwich Theatre    Crooms Hill     London     SE10 8ES

Phone 020 8858 7755    Web www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk


31 May - All Hail The Snail @ The Marlowe Canterbury

Re-opened in 2011 after an extensive rebuild and now a leading regional theatre

Thursday 31 May 11.00am and 2.30pm    Tickets £10.25

With Eleanor Moreton on violin

The Marlowe    The Friars    Canterbury    Kent     CT1 2AS

Phone 01227 787787     Web www.marlowetheatre.com

 

June 2018

7 June - Peace Love & Potatoes @ Underbelly Festival Southbank
Underbelly's 10th Birthday and summer on the Southbank is the biggest yet

Thursday 7 June 9.30pm    Tickets from £12.50

Spuds spuds spuds!

Underbelly Festival     Belvedere Road Coach Park    London    SE1 8XX

Phone 0333 344 4167     Web www.underbellyfestival.com

 

Reviews

'More Elvis Costello than Alan Bennett'
Scotsman

'Awesomely mundane'
The Independent

'Scandalously talented'
Sunday Times

'Bleeding marvellous'
NME

'Like a good deed in a naughty world'
Herts Advertiser

'Makes little sense'
Luton News

'(Animal Alphaboat is) one of the ten best kids' shows at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival'
Guardian and Telegraph

‘Marvellous, joyful fun'
The Telegraph

'An incurable entertainer'
The Guardian