Jah Wobble in Conversation with Robert Elms

Wednesday 27 March
Memoir, Merton Libraries Partnership, Music
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Jah Wobble in Conversation with Robert Elms

Alternative national treasure and musical innovator Jah Wobble joins writer and broadcaster Robert Elms for a frank and fascinating look back on his illustrious career and life.

Starting with memories of his childhood in London’s East End, moving on to the beginnings of punk and post-punk as a founding member of Public Image Ltd, and covering his solo career in which he collaborated with the likes of U2, Brian Eno, CAN and Sinead O’Connor, Wobble will also discuss how he has navigated personal challenges. Don’t miss the chance to hear this authentic insider account of a geezer’s life in the music business.

‘An enjoyable romp through three decades of pop culture as well as an occasional meditation on working-class life and the changing face of London.’  – TLS

Running time:
7-8pm

Signed ‘book and ticket’ options are available for this event.
Dark Luminosity: Memoirs of a Geezer (Pb: £12.99)

As part of our partnership with Merton Libraries, there are a limited number of free standard tickets available to residents in postcodes CR4, CR7, SM3 and SM4 (restricted to two free tickets per event per household).

Venue:
Merton Arts Space (Wimbledon Library)

Wednesday 27 March 2024
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7:00 pm
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£ 10.00