John Hegley at ConFab Cabaret. Tickets Now on Sale.

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The post that I just posted
Came out all blurry, what I call ghosted
I thought my glasses needed testing
as the words began arresting
Mind your PDF
Your MDF
It must’ve been a recipe of the Swedish Chef
This post, of course, is completely clearer
And if it isn’t sufficiently so…
Please come a little bit nearer to your screen.

 

 

 

LOOK WHAT’S NOW ON SALE 🙂

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Please click below to purchase tickets for either the Cabaret Night or the Workshop
(or both)

Book now

As part of the Worcestershire Litfest & Fringe Festival 2015, John Hegley will be headlining an extra-special ConFab Cabaret on Monday 15th June at 8.00pm.  John performed on the streets of London in the early eighties, fronting the Popticians, with whom he also recorded two sessions for John Peel, and has since been a frequent performer of his words, sung and spoken, on both local and national radio and television.
Tip top support will be provided by luscious lovely local Malvern muses – Adrian Mealing, Amy Rainbow, Catherine Crosswell, Clive Dee, Myfanwy Fox and Sue Thompson. With a fabulous audience poem and added merriment from international circus performer Steve Kaos!

John Hegley will be up bright and early the following morning delivering a 2 hour workshop 10am-12pm. This will be an opportunity to work closely with Mr Hegley using drawing, poetry and gesture. John has produced ten books of verse and prose pieces, two CD’s and one mug. An Edinburgh Festival regular, he is noted for his exploration of such diverse topics as dog hair, potatoes, handkerchiefs and the misery of human existence.
Places are limited. Please book now to avoid disappointment.

 

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