The reknowned 'king' of Performance Poets, John Hegley has had the following published 'Glad to Wear Glasses', 'Can I Come Down Now Dad?', ' Five Sugars Please', 'These Were Your Father's', 'Love Cuts' 'Beyond our Kennel' and 'Dog'. He teaches poetry and works with kids in schools, performs at most festivals, on radios and in televisions and theatres. He has access to a dog and has also recorded a collection of songs and poems entitled Saint and Blurry.
'More Elvis Costello than Alan Bennett' - The Scotsman
'Awesomely mundane' - The Independent
'Scandalously talented' - The Sunday Times
'Bleeding marvelous' - NME
'Like a good deed in a naughty world' - The Herts Advertiser
'Makes little sense' - The Luton News
'Guerilla wordsmith to the bold and the beautiful, John Hegley crafts poetry which is deceptively simple, wisely foolish; funnily particular...' - David Belcher, The Herald, Glasgow
"His charm is to involve absolutely everyone.....He mesmerises, has a tight grip on the audience, and has apowerful voice that intrigues and makes people laugh in equal doses."