All the venues and dates for John Lydon's I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right tour

Thursday, 10th September 2020, 9:19 am
Updated Thursday, 10th September 2020, 9:19 am

Tickets are selling fast for John Lydon’s extensive first UK spoken word tour titled I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right.

The frontman and lyricist of Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd caused a political earthquake and transformed music for good.

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In his new book of the same name “Johnny Rotten” talks about how he sees life, complete with anecdotes aplenty from a unique and extraordinary career.

The book is available now as a pre-order via www.johnlydon.com with worldwide publication on October 15. I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right features exclusive artwork, painted by John.

2021 tour dates ...September 7 – White Rock Theatre, HastingsSeptember 8 – The Hawth, CrawleySeptember 9 – Dorking HallsSeptember 10 – Pavilion Theatre, WorthingSeptember 11 – Camberley TheatreSeptember 12 – Rose Theatre, Kingston-Upon-ThamesSeptember 14 – Epsom PlayhouseSeptember 15 – St Albans ArenaSeptember 16 – Bedford Corn ExchangeSeptember 17 – Ipswich Corn ExchangeSeptember 18 – The Apex, Bury St EdmundsSeptember 19 – West Cliff Theatre, Clacton-On-SeaSeptember 21 – Gladstone Theatre, Port SunlightSeptember 22 – Waterside, SaleSeptember 23 – New Theatre Royal, LincolnSeptember 24 – St Georges Hall, BradfordSeptember 25 – Hull City HallSeptember 26 – City Varieties, LeedsSeptember 28 – St George’s, BristolSeptember 29 – Tivoli, WimborneSeptember 30 – Westlands Main Hall, YeovilOctober 1 – Bournemouth PavilionOctober 3 – Anvil, BasingstokeOctober 4 – Chequer Mead, East GrinsteadOctober 6 – Parr Hall, WarringtonOctober 7 – Lowther Pavilion, Lytham St AnnesOctober 8 – Burnley MechanicsOctober 9 – William Aston Hall, WrexhamOctober 10 – Crewe LyceumOctober 11 – Gatehouse, StaffordOctober 13 – Playhouse, Whitley BayOctober 14 – Lawrence Batley Theatre, HuddersfieldOctober 15 – Northallerton ForumOctober 16 – Scarborough Spa TheatreOctober 17 – Gala Theatre, DurhamOctober 18 – Grand Theatre, LancasterOctober 21 – Rothes Hall, GlenrothesOctober 22 – FTH Theatre, FalkirkOctober 23 – Grand Hall, KilmarnockOctober 24 – Beacon Arts Centre, GreenockOctober 25 – Pavilion Theatre, GlasgowOctober 26 – Princess Alexandra Auditorium, YarmOctober 28 – Warwick Arts CentreOctober 29 – De Montfort Hall, LeicesterOctober 30 – Winding Wheel, ChesterfieldOctober 31 – Theatre Severn, ShrewsburyNovember 1 – Birmingham Town HallNovember 3 – Dudley Town HallNovember 4 – Roses Theatre, TewkesburyNovember 5 – Loughborough Town HallNovember 6 – The Lyric, CarmarthenNovember 7 – Pittville Pump Room, CheltenhamNovember 9 – Grand Pavilion, PorthcawlNovember 10 – Exeter Corn ExchangeNovember 11 – Newport RiverfrontNovember 12 – McMillan Theatre, BridgwaterNovember 13 – London Union Chapel