SEX Pistols' John Lydon will be sharing stories about how his band sparked a cultural revolution and brought 'anarchy' to the UK.

The musician – more commonly known as Johnny Rotten – will embark on his first spoken word tour next year.

That includes a visit to Parr Hall on November 19, 2020.

The punk rock icon is recognised across the globe as the frontman and lyricist of the Sex Pistols and post-punk band Public Image Ltd.

Holly Jones, from Parr Hall, said: "This iconic musician has been hailed by critics as the man who changed the face of music for good and sparked a cultural revolution. During his remarkable years in Public Image Ltd, John consistently pushed the boundaries of the music industry and still continues to challenge and thrive to this day.

"Now, the music legend is hitting the road on a one-off tour, in which he will talk all about his extraordinary career and wider life story."

This is the first time the 63-year-old has embarked on a spoken-word tour, which also coincides with the launch of his new book I Could be Wrong, I Could Be Right, giving fans the chance to ask questions and hear his stories up close and personal. Sex Pistols were a band for just two and a half years and produced only four singles and one studio album but they are regarded as one of the most influential acts in the history of popular music.

John Lydon will be at the Parr Hall on November 19, 2020. VIP packages are available that include perks like front-row seats, meet and greets and photo and autograph opportunities.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, November 1. Visit or call 442345.