HAPPY Monday’s freaky dancer Bez has revealed plans to run for MP in next year’s general election... But he will be standing in Rawtensall first.

Maraca shaker Bez, 49, said he wanted to ‘stir things up’ as he described his vision for a new world order and an end to war.

He said: “I’ve been saying we need a revolution and there’s no good shouting about it when you’re not actually doing anything.”

But before he climbs kick-starts his campaign for public office, Bez will be spinning a special DJ set at Rawtenstall’s Café Artisan on Friday, May 16, supported by Vince Vega.

Rebelgrooves promoter Danny Salazzo said: “Bez is in the news again, and it is fantastic that he is coming to play in Rawtenstall.

“I want to create a really thriving music scene in the valley because there’s a lot of unsigned musical talent here. People have really responded to what we are trying to do and that’s incredibly special.

“We had Tom Hingley, from the Inspiral Carpets, and that sold out.

“Hopefully this is just the start – and I’m in talks with some massive names for gigs.”

Bez, who kicked off his political career by joining anti-fracking protestors at Barton Moss in Salford, and aims to run as an independent candidate, added: “If you’re voting for me, you’re voting as a protest about what’s happening in the world at the moment.

“If you want to do something about things you’ve got to get into the corridors of power and take them on.”

He said his policies would end the present banking system. Wealth would then be confiscated and redistributed.

“I’m going to create a new world order and get rid of them all and start again with a new, fairer system without evil being the main policy. The MPs would get no expenses for a start off – they’d have to use the train and the bus like the rest of us.”

The performer, real name is Mark Berry, has already won a public vote, being named winner of Celebrity Big Brother in 2005.

“Music is still my first love and I’m looking forward to to a nice crowd in Rawtenstall. It sounds like a really good venue,” he said.

Call 07434 047509 for tickets.