LUKE Wright has been getting four and five-star reviews and has been described as ‘blisteringly good, heartfelt, true and richly human’ and ‘the funniest of the comedy poets’, by Time Out.

Now the poet and broadcaster comes to Lighthouse in Poole on March 2 with his exuberant new show of explosive political satire and acerbic wit.

Expect thigh-slapping acerbic wordplay and bawdy bar room ballads as Wright introduces you to a cast of greedy politicians and boozy ne’er-do-wells.

Meet Jeremy, the public schoolboy who draws penises on everything; kung-fu fighting French copper Jean-Claude Gendarme and witness the world’s first B-movie set in Brentwood. This is poetry at its most fun, contemporary, and satirical.

The gig is at 8pm and tickets are available from 0844 406 8666.