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Murray Lachlan Young
Archive :: production:T1509645502, poetry:S1813, venue:V156
A Dogging I Will Go, poems, tales and songs of deviant folk
An evening of field reports and folk songs regarding lap dancers, cocaine smugglers and perverted ex colonial police men. "Well I’ve dogged me way through Scotland - Gone beyond the highland line. - And many’s the cloud of midges - That’s attacked me bare behind. - And a dogging I will go and a dogging I will go...' With a brilliant combination of bizarre ballads, saucy shanties and rattling good yarns, Murray Lachlan Young - one of the UK’s foremost performance poets and a regular fixture on BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live and BBC resident poet at the Glastonbury Festival - leads us down a deeply amusing road to many strange places. Young combines a heady combination of traditional and contemporary popular art, to create an often hilarious, always unique take on the dark corners of our modern society.