PUNK poet John Cooper Clarke visits Worthing at the end of the month as part of his nationwide campaign to encourage everyone in the UK to communicate in rhyme.
As part of his campaign for rhyming, John will debut new material and perform his greatest hits interspersed with casually funny one-liners.
He will move through his catalogue of performance poetry including Evidently Chickentown, which is currently part of the GCSE syllabus, and Out of Control Fairground.
This year, John has appeared at Glastonbury and Green Man festivals, headlined a night at Ray Davies’ Meltdown, in London, and appeared as cultural commentator on for both BBC and Sky TV.
Anyone who would like the chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to John Cooper Clarke at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, on Friday, November 25, should answer the following question:
Which of these is not a John Cooper Clarke poem?
a) Evidently Chickentown
b) Out of Control Fairground
Entrants should send the answer, along with their name and a daytime telephone number, to John Cooper Clarke Advertiser Competition, Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade, Worthing. BN11 3PX.
Alternatively, answers can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with John Cooper Clarke Advertiser Competition in the subject line. Entries to be received before Tuesday, November 22.