£7.50. Doors open at 2:30. "Described by Nicolas Tredell as a 'jet-age Tennyson' and often lauded in the same hushed tones as Larkin and Betjeman, Wendy Cope made her mark on the literary landscape as a pitch-perfect English humourist with her sharply parodic debut Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis (1984). Her other collections include the Whitbread-shortlisted If I Don't Know (2001) and Two Cures for Love - a sparkling new annotated miscellany spanning 1979-2006. Chosen by listeners in a BBC Radio 4 poll to succeed Ted Hughes as Poet Laureate in 1998, she is as popular with her public as she is revered by the critics." (christiguc)
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