Cutty Sark internal lift closure

Cutty Sark's internal lift is out of order so there is currently no wheelchair access to the tween deck. All other decks are wheelchair accessible. 

 

 

Essential information

Event type: 
Date and time: 
Saturday 25 November | 8pm
Price: 
£17.50 | £24.50 | £27.50
Location: 
Cutty Sark, Michael Edwards Studio Theatre
Season: 
Cutty Sark Theatre
Evenings and Lates

Join punk performance poet Dr John Cooper Clarke, the original ‘people’s poet’ for an evening of both classic verse and new material, along with several Special Guests.

Premium Tickets: £27.50 (These seats are situated in the front four rows in the Sammy Ofer Gallery)

Standard Tickets: £24.50 (General seating in the Sammy Ofer Gallery)

Basic Tickets: £17.50 (These seats are situated in the last few rows in the Sammy Ofer Gallery) 

Dr John Cooper Clarke shot to prominence in the 1970s as the original ‘people’s poet’. Since then his career has spanned cultures, audiences, art forms and continents.

Today, JCC is as relevant and vibrant as ever, and his influence just as visible on today’s pop culture. Aside from his trademark ‘look’ continuing to resonate with fashionistas young and old, and his poetry included on national curriculum syllabus, his effect on modern music is huge. 

His influence can be heard within the keen social observations of the Arctic Monkeys and Plan B. These collaborations mean that John has been involved in 2 global number 1 albums in the last 2 years - with The Arctic Monkeys putting one of John's best loved poems, I Wanna Be Yours, to music on their critically acclaimed A:M Album.

His latest show, touring across the UK and Europe this year, is a mix of classic verse, extraordinary new material, hilarious ponderings on modern life, good honest gags, riffs and chat - a chance to witness a living legend at the top of this game.

Dr John Cooper Clarke will be joined in the Sammy Ofer Gallery beneath the magnificent hull of Cutty Sark by his very special guests: Simon Day (as Geoffrey Allerton - Yorkshire's foremost poet), Luke Wright and Toria Garbutt.