“John Barclay . . . is incredible to watch. He had full command of the audience and delighted us all with some very entertaining work. Go and see John perform if you ever get the chance.” (Paula Brown of the People’s Poet)
” . . . thank you once again for stepping in at the last moment to speak to our literary society last week and for delivering such a fascinating, polished and hilarious talk about your travels. Our members really enjoyed it and I would love to book you again for a poetry presentation, probably for next season. In the meantime, I am recommending you to other groups and you should be hearing from . . . ” (speaker secretary)
“Watching John Barclay’s performance at the Bath Fringe Festival was inspiring. He fearlessly portrays a wide range of emotion appropriate to each poem. John is hugely entertaining and I would urge anyone to go and see him perform.” (Carolyn Davies, voice-over artist)
John visits Anglebury Court, an old people’s home in Wareham, every month to perform his own and other poetry for the residents.
Wednesday January 24th Wallisdown Ladies Group 7.45pm John will talk about his travel around the world and answer questions.
Tuesday 27th February to Saturday 3rd March Rex Players 22nd Variety Show at the Rex Cinema, Wareham. John will be appearing on stage in sketches, monologues and magic. He has written much of the original material in the show. Tickets from Purbeck Information at Wareham Library 01929 552740.
Tuesday 19th June John will be speaking in Merley (near Wimborne) in the morning on “Round the World Without Flying”.
John Barclay performing his poem The Iron Ball.