21 Nov 2013
John Cooper Clarke evidently back in town 
John Cooper Clarke has added a May 2014 date at the Palace Theatre in Manchester to his already busy ongoing schedule until early December and then resuming in the New Year. Several dates have already sold out. More details at johncooperclarke.com, Official JCC Twitter and Allgigs.

You can listen to JCC for free this Sunday from 16:00 GMT on BBC 6Music when he sits in for Jarvis Cocker.

Itinerary

2013

22 Nov - Swan Forum at the Town Hall, High Wycombe
24 Nov - The Wharf, Tavistock [SOLD OUT]
25 Nov - Arts Centre, Bridport [SOLD OUT]
27 Nov - Komedia, Bath
28 Nov - Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
29 Nov - Forum, Tunbridge Wells [SOLD OUT]
30 Nov - Theatre Royal, Margate

3 Dec - Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall, London [SOLD OUT]

2014

8 Feb - Royal and Derngate, Northampton
9 Feb - The Engine Shed, Lincoln
10 Feb - Just the Tonic, Leicester
11 Feb - The Forum, Nottingham
12 Feb - New Vic Theatre, Newcastle under Lyme
22 Feb - Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth

1 Mar - Town Hall, Leeds
5 Mar - The Junction, Cambridge
7 Mar - O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
5 Apr - Gala Theatre, Durham
9 Apr - Princess Pavilion, Falmouth

10 Apr - The Acorn, Penzance
11 Apr - Cheese and Grain, Frome
19 Apr - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

24 May - Palace Theatre, Manchester

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