Monday, 18 April 2011

New tour dates for April/May

Just a quick post to update you all on my ongoing book / performance tour! I’m roaming around the country doing a rather unusual series of talks/gigs, mixing poetry, tales of protest, climate change news and bad jokes. It would be great to see you at any of the times and places listed below.

In the meantime, remember you can read the first chapter of my new book for free here, see me performing my anti-cuts poem here, and watch me wearing a terrifying T-shirt at last week’s BP AGM here.

Thanks so much to all of you for your ongoing support,

Danny x


LIVERPOOL, Saturday 23rd April, 7pm: Talk and performance at the Next To Nowhere Social Centre (next door to News From Nowhere bookshop), basement of 96 Bold St, L1 4HY -

MANCHESTER, Sunday 24th April: Talk and performance at the OKasional Café, tbc (email me for more info)

CAMBRIDGE, Monday 25th April, 7.30pm: Performance for Headstand, at The Emperor, Hills Road.

ST ALBANS, Tuesday 26th April, 7.30pm: Performance at Rrrants at the Goat Inn, 37 Sopwell Lane, AL1 1RN.

WALTHAMSTOW, Friday 6th May, 7.30pm: Night of the Green Poets at the Hornbeam Café, 458 Hoe Street, E17 9AH.

LONDON, Monday 16th May, 7.30pm: Talk and performance at Pogo Café, 76 Clarence Road, Hackney, E5 8HB.

HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, Thursday 19th May, 7.30pm: Performance at Rrrants at the Olde Kings Arms, 41 High Street, HP1 3AF

WOOD FESTIVAL (TBC), 20th – 22nd May, Braziers Park, Oxfordshire.

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY, Sweden, 24th-25th May: Talk, workshop and performance at the “Challenging Uncertainties” conference for Education in Sustainable Development,

CARDIFF, Thursday 2nd June: Talk and performance organised by local Friends of the Earth groups, details tbc (email me for more info)

LONDON, Sunday 5th June: Performance at the London Green Fair, Regents Park, precise times tbc (email me for more info)

That’s probably enough for now, but there are more gigs and talks in the pipeline for Edinburgh, St Andrews, Birmingham, Leeds, Narberth (oh yes) and of course the Glastonbury Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe. Watch this space…