John Lydon - 2024

John Lydon - 2024

He’s a legend and an icon, a revolutionary and an immortal. John Lydon – aka Johnny Rotten – changed the face of music and sparked a cultural revolution. The frontman and lyricist of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd (PiL) caused a political earthquake and transformed music for good. In his spoken word show, I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right, Lydon is touring the UK. He will talk about how he sees life, along with his unique and extraordinary career, and take audience questions during a pyrotechnic tour. Lydon will be sharing his thoughts with audiences. He Could Be Wrong. He Could Be Right.

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Legend and icon John Lydon will talk about how he sees life, along with his unique and extraordinary career, during a one-off 45-date UK tour. The shows in Spring 2024 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.

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 wrote 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 a spoken word tour, where fans will get to hear his stories up-close-and-personal.

 John said: “I could be shit. I could be shite. I’m left-handed. John Lydon or John Rotten.”

1st May 2024 7.00 PM
Brighton, Theatre Royal
2nd May 2024 7.30 PM
Harpenden, Eric Morecambe Centre
3rd May 2024 7.30 PM
Folkstone, Leas Cliff Hall
4th May 2024 7.30 PM
Dorking Halls
5th May 2024 7.30 PM
Fleet, The Harlington
8th May 2024 7.30 PM
Redditch Palace Theatre
9th May 2024 7.30 PM
Worcester, Huntingdon Hall
10th May 2024 7.30 PM
Warwick Arts Centre
11th May 2024 7.30 PM
Stoke-on-Trent, Victoria Hall
12th May 2024 7.30 PM
Tamworth, Assembly Rooms
15th May 2024 7.30 PM
Axminster Guildhall
16th May 2024 7.30 PM
Tiverton, Community Arts Centre
17th May 2024 7.30 PM
Exeter, Corn Exchange
18th May 2024 7.30 PM
Frome, Cheese and Grain
19th May 2024 7.30 PM
Eastleigh, Thornden Hall
22nd May 2024 7.30 PM
East Grinstead, Chequer Mead
23rd May 2024 7.30 PM
Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre
24th May 2024 7.30 PM
Chelmsford Theatre
25th May 2024 7.30 PM
Walsall Arena and Arts Centre
26th May 2024 7.30 PM
Burnley Mechanics
29th May 2024 7.30 PM
Huddersfield Town Hall
30th May 2024 7.30 PM
Newark, Palace Theatre
1st June 2024 7.30 PM
Leeds City Varieties
2nd June 2024 7.30 PM
Blackpool, Pavilion
5th June 2024 7.30 PM
Taunton Brewhouse
6th June 2024 7.30 PM
Milford Haven, Torch Theatre
7th June 2024 7.30 PM
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
8th June 2024 7.30 PM
Monmouth, The Savoy
9th June 2024 7.30 PM
Birmingham Town Hall
12th June 2024 7.30 PM
Barrow-in-Furness, The Forum
13th June 2024 7.30 PM
Motherwell Concert Hall
14th June 2024 7.30 PM
Stirling, Albert Halls
15th June 2024 7.30 PM
Glasgow, Eastwood Park Theatre
16th June 2024 7.30 PM
Workington, Carnegie Theatre
19th June 2024 7.30 PM
Southport, The Atkinson
20th June 2024 7.30 PM
Bolton, Albert Halls
21st June 2024 7.30 PM
New Brighton, Floral Pavilion
22nd June 2024 7.30 PM
Chester, Storyhouse
23rd June 2024 7.30 PM
Leicester, Y Theatre
25th June 2024 7.30 PM
Stroud, The Sub Rooms
26th June 2024 7.30 PM
Exmouth Pavilion
27th June 2024 7.30 PM
Wimbourne, Tivoli
28th June 2024 7.30 PM
Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal
29th June 2024 7.30 PM
London Union Chapel
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