Few figures have shaped British pop culture quite like the legendary Jarvis Cocker, so any opportunity to hear him recount tales from his life is one not to be missed.

Ahead of his hugely anticipated new book Good Pop, Bad Pop, the eccentric frontman will head to the Royal Northern College of Music for an in-conversation evening covering everything from his time with Pulp, 20th century pop culture, the good times and ‘the mistakes he’d rather forget.’

Audiences will get a rare insight into Cocker’s creative process, whether it’s his writing and musicianship, or his one-of-a-kind stagecraft and style.

Inspired by time spent clearing out his loft, when the objects he comes across trigger some awkward questions about his story, Good Pop, Bad Pop asks whether the things we keep hidden say more about us than the things we shout about.

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Sun 29 May, RNCM Theatre,
124 Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9RD
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Thu 14 Apr 2022