The “people’s laureate” Benjamin Zephaniah is taking his autobiography on tour this spring.
“I wrote my autobiography gradually, over six years, and wanted it to be a social history of Britain,” said Zephaniah.
“They say you’re supposed to mellow with age—but I haven’t. If anything, I just seem to be getting more militant.”
Tickets from £22, available from venues
A Theatrical death metal night promises a “rage-filled response to the government, influenced by Napalm Death, Slayer and Nina Simone.”
Tickets from £3. Go to roundhouse.org.uk