Punk poet John Cooper Clarke comes to St Albans

08:51 27 September 2012

John Cooper Clarke [Picture: Gerald Jenkins]

John Cooper Clarke [Picture: Gerald Jenkins]

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BRITAIN’S best loved punk poet, John Cooper Clarke, will be appearing in St Albans next week.

His biting, satirical, political and hilarious verse delivered in a rapid-fire style will have the audience transfixed at the Alban Arena on Wednesday, October 3 from 8pm.

Tickets cost £17.50, and £15 concessions.

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