JOHN Hegley brings Uncut Confetti ? The Towns, Villages and Luton Tour ? to the The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington tomorrow (Friday) May 27 at 8pm. This is a show of celebratory pieces: poetry, puppetry, comedy, camaraderie, tragedy, travesty and song. This is the Edinburgh Fringe show with bonus bits: romance, rhymance and the day it all went bonkers in a Luton bungalow. John is a regular sell-out at The Edinburgh Festival ? and has performed in Melbourne, Montreal, Wellington, Colombia, Zanzibar and Torrington. He has appeared on Wogan, Anderson, Sherrin, Ross, Richard and Judy and Blue Peter. He is responsible for nine books of poetry / prose / lyrics / drawings and one mug. He is busy polishing his second CD. John has worked with two children?s theatre groups, ?Interaction? and ?Soapbox?, and began his highly successful career at the notoriously tough comedy store in 1980. His first notable media exposure was the John Peel sessions (Radio One) with Popticians in 1983/4, with songs about spectacles and the misery of human existence. After publishing ?Glad to Wear Glasses? in 1990 another six titles followed filled with verse, prose, drawings drama and photographs of potatoes, and the CD/Cassette ?Saint and Blurry?. Hegley has been described as being to potatoes what Wordsworth has been to daffodils. Box Office: 01805 624624.