Punk Poet John Cooper Clarke was one of the leading voices of punk and youth culture of the late 70s with his biting, satirical, political and very funny verse, delivered in his rapid-fire style, leaving audiences ecstatic.

The revival of the 70s punk phenomenon over the last few years has seen a whole new generation clamouring over John’s work and his now iconic visual appearance. As one of Britain’s best loved and most important poets and performers, John is as vital now as he was then, and he’s not going anywhere. Catch him live at Warwick Arts Centre.