JOHN LYDON announces one-off 54-date UK spoken word tour for autumn 2020

John Lydon

Legend and icon John Lydon will talk about how he sees life, along with his unique and extraordinary career, during a one-off 54-date UK tour. The shows in autumn 2020 will coincide with the publication of his new book, ‘I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right’ and will visit all parts of England, Scotland and Wales.

Lydon will reflect on the Sex Pistols, Public Image Limited (PiL), his art and his life’s story during informal evenings of conversation and audience questions. The tour will start in September 2020 and end in November 2020 and tickets go on sale on Friday, November 1. A limited number of pre-release tickets for fans are available from Monday, October 28. VIP meet & greet packages will also be available.

Signed limited edition copies of his forthcoming book ‘I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right’, written especially for this tour, will be available at venues – only 5,000 numbered copies will be printed.

An icon, a revolutionary and an immortal, as the frontman and lyricist of the Sex Pistols, Johnny Rotten changed the face of music and sparked a cultural revolution. He caused an earthquake which transformed music for good. During his remarkable years in Public Image Ltd, he consistently pushed back the boundaries and still continues to challenge and thrive.

As a writer, Lydon has written two best-selling volumes of memoir: the excoriating ‘Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs’ and the ridiculously entertaining and uncompromising ‘Anger Is An Energy: My Life Uncensored’.

Now he is embarking on his first spoken word tour, where fans will get to hear his stories up-close and personal.

John said today of the forthcoming shows: “I could be sh*t. I could be sh*te. I’m left-handed.”

Full list of autumn 2020 UK dates is as follows;

22 September Camberley Theatre

23 September Hertford Theatre

24 September Hastings White Rock Theatre

25 September Clacton-On-Sea West Cliff Theatre

26 September Watford Colosseum

27 September Basingstoke Anvil

29 September Bristol St. George’s

30 September Bournemouth International Centre

1 October Carmarthen – The Lyric

2 October Porthcawl Grand Pavilion

3 October Yeovil Westlands

4 October Exeter Corn Exchange

6 October Lincoln New Theatre Royal

7 October Hull City Hall

8 October Stafford Gatehouse

9 October Leeds City Varieties

10 October Chesterfield Winding Wheel

11 October Loughborough Town Hall

13 October Wrexham William Aston Hall

14 October Shrewsbury Theatre Severn

15 October Birmingham Town Hall

16 October Leicester De Montfort Hall

17 October Cheltenham Pump Room

18 October Crewe Lyceum

20 October Newport Riverfront

21 October Dudley Town Hall

22 October Worthing Pavilion

23 October Dorking Halls

24 October Coventry Warwick Arts Centre

25 October Kingston Rose Theatre

27 October Port Sunlight Gladstone Theatre

28 October Durham Gala Theatre

29 October Yarm Princess Alexandra Auditorium

30 October Lytham St. Annes Lowther Pavilion

31 October Lancaster Grand

1 November Burnley Mechanics

3 November Dundee Rep

4 November Greenock Beacon Arts Centre

5 November Glasgow Pavilion Theatre

6 November Falkirk FTH Theatre

7 November Glenrothes Rothes Hall

8 November Kilmarnock Grand Hall

10 November Bury St. Edmunds – The Apex

11 November Bedford Corn Exchange

12 November Wimborne Tivoli

13 November London Union Chapel

14 November Ipswich Corn Exchange

15 November Crawley – The Hawth

17 November Whitley Bay Playhouse

18 November Bradford St. Georges Hall

19 November Warrington Parr Hall

20 November Northallerton Forum

21 November Scarborough Spa

22 November St. Albans – The Alban Arena

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