Heathcote Williams

a poet, playwright, and actor, he has made a significant contribution to many fields.  He is best known for his extended poems on environmental subjects: Whale Nation, Falling for a Dolphin, Sacred Elephant and Autogeddon.  His plays have also won acclaim, notably AC /DC produced at London’s Royal Court, and Hancock’s Last Half Hour.  As an actor he has been equally versatile — taking memorable roles in Orlando, Wish You Were Here, and Derek Jarman’s The Tempest, in which he played Prospero.