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Here's the current gigs schedule as we know it at the moment.

December 2017

2 December - Grand Opening @ Cat and Mouse Library
Pop in and help us celebrate!

Saturday 2 December throughout the day

Explore our fantastic new facilities, including IT suite and dedicated adult, teenage and children's libraries.

Cat and Mouse Library     277 Camden Road     London     N7 0JN

See PDF programme here


5 December - Word! @ The Y

Longest running poetry and spoken word night in the Midlands

Tuesday 5 December  8.00pm    Tickets £4.60 - £7.60 including 60p online booking fee

Join John and friends for the final Word! at the Y. Reopening at the Attenborough Arts Centre on 31 May 2018.

The Y Theatre     7 East Street     Leicester     LE1 6EY

Phone 0116 255 7066     Web www.leicesterymca.co.uk


9 December - Winter Fair @ King Henry's Walk Garden
A sumptuous array of seasonal attractions!

Saturday 9 December  11.00am - 3.00pm     Garden entry and visit to St Nicholas free

At about 11.30 John will be doing 15 minutes in which he'll demonstrate how one actually does The King Henry's Walk along with Diego Brown and the Good Fairy. Books will be on sale! Other attractions include Santa in his woodland grotto, a best homemade Christmas Tree ornament competition and wreath making.

King Henry's Walk Garden    11c King Henry's Walk    London    N1 4NX

Web www.khwgarden.org.uk


14 December - Workshoppy Thingy @ Stoke Newington Library
For anyone who has ever been 7

Thursday 14 December 4.00pm    Admission free!

Stoke Newington Library    184 Stoke Newington Church Street    London    N16 0JS

Phone 020 8356 3000    Web www.hackney.gov.uk


17 December - All Day Poetry @ Betsey Trotwood
Your local home of live entertainment

Sunday 17 December throughout the day    Admission free!

John will be on for 20 minutes at about 3 o'clock and books will be on sale. The event is hosted by Tim Wells.

Betsey Trotwood     56 Farringdon Road     London     EC1R 3BL

Phone 020 7253 4285    Web www.betsey.pub


20 December - John's Christmas Party @ Smokey Joe's
Fabulous festive fun this Christmas

Wednesday 20 December  7.30pm    Tickets £7 - £11

Love, family, France, art, the sea, dogs, dads, gods,taxidermy, spectacles - and potatoes. Plus get your dancing shoes on for DJ Dan Cooper at the end of the night.

Smokey Joe's    15-17 Bennington Street    Cheltenham    GL50 4ED

Phone 01242 513744    Web www.cheltenhampoetryfest.co.uk

 

January 2018

12 January - Poetic & Musical Fundraiser @ The Fisher Theatre Bungay
All proceeds to the Fisher Theatre

Friday 12 January 7.00pm    Tickets £15 advance £17 door

John is joined on a sparkling double bill by Bungay Supergroup Shedlode

The Fisher Theatre    10 Broad Street     Bungay    NR35 1EE

Phone 01986 897130     Web www.fishertheatre.co.uk


26 January - Open-Mic Night @ The Speakeasy Chester

Helping communities to communicate

Friday 26 January 7.00pm for 7.30pm     Tickets £12.50

John will be doing an hour following up to 20 open spots and shorter featured acts

The Live Rooms     1 Station Road     Chester     CH1 3DR

Phone 01244 318906     Facebook www.facebook.com/thespeakeasychester

 

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