Mark Watson - Live 2012
Sun 30 Sep 7.30pm
Mark Watson was a victim of identity theft. Someone successfully posed as him and took all his money. It made him think about the power of the Internet, the nature of identity, the way to stop crime forever and live in a better world, and some other smaller matters. He has now finished thinking about these things and is ready to present his findings, laced with a barrage of new jokes, stories, observations and anecdotes, in his new show.
May contain optional audience interaction, games, improvisation and unaggressive banter.
If you’re coming, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pre-show briefing.
The tour revisits some of Mark’s favourite venues, some brand new territory, and a couple of places which he’s visiting as a dare.
“A kind of unstoppable funny superhero” The Sunday Times
“A huge comic presence” The Times
Some comedians express controversial opinions and use strong language. Please come prepared.
Seating up to 550, audiences are assured of an excellent view of the stage and comfortable seating in this well-designed auditorium. The theatre stages the best national and international plays and performances, as well as contemporary and international dance, music and comedians.