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News: Livestream And Q&A for Mark Thomas' Bravo Figaro!

Mark Thomas is doing a lockdown livestream of his 2013 multi-award winning show Bravo Figaro!, followed by a live Q&A, on Thursday 14th May at 7:30pm.
 
Tickets are £5, in exchange for which you will receive a special link to reserve your place at the show where you can leave your questions for Mark in the chat-room.

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News: New Probing Podcast From Mark Thomas

Comedian campaigner and much more Mark Thomas has launched a new weekly podcast, entitled The Things About Us, in which he explores Britishness, identity and, knowing what Thomas is like, a considerable number of other things.
 
"In the future, everyone will have 15 minutes of podcast*…and now it’s this idiots turn."
 
In Things About Us Thomas takes a gander at identity and British Exceptionalism in his inimitable style of wondering out loud and proclaiming.

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News: Mark Thomas Releases NHS Show to Support Food Banks

Mark Thomas has made his acclaimed show Check Up – Our NHS @ 70 available to raise money for the Trussell Trust.

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News: Mark Thomas To Help Couple Renew Their Wedding Vows

Comedian, satirist and campaigner Mark Thomas has added a new string to his bow. He has been ordained by an internet church. It was something he did in preparation for a forthcoming show.

When Brighton resident Jennifer Goatley found out, she happened to be considering renewing her wedding vows with her husband, comedian Aidan Goatley. So they asked Thomas if he woukd officiate when they had their vows renewed and to their absolute delight he said yes.

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News: Mark Thomas Announces Two New Podcast Recording Dates

Comedian, campaigner, satirist and general renaissance artiste Mark Thomas has announced two more nights when he will be recording his latest podcast Things About Us.

In the podcast Thomas investigates what it is to be British. Who do we think we are? Does it match with reality? What’s in the gap between? Expect swearing, politics and fantastically researched material and fun.

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News: Swearing Ban Dropped In Salford

Comedian Mark Thomas is celebrating the news that Salford City Council has scrapped a ban on swearing.

The Council had previously outlawed foul and abusive language in Salford Quays.

Thomas said the ban, which has now expired, was "ridiculous" and should never have been imposed three years ago in a bid to curb anti-social behaviour.

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News: Mark Thomas To Compose New National Anthem

Mark Thomas is planning to create a new national anthem.

On March 11 he will be joined by satirists Jonny and the Baptists and the fifty members of the Commoners Choir for a special recording of his new podcast, Brit-ish.

Thomas says: "Now more than ever we need a song that defines us, that celebrates us and one we can sing as if we are enjoying it rather than look like we are burying a local civic dignitary we hardly knew. Face it, the old anthem is so dull even the Queen doesn’t sing it and it’s about her! "

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News: The New Mark Thomas Show Is An Absolute Steal

Join Mark Thomas for one night only in the Museum of Stolen Things, the first ever pop-up museum of the nicked, at the Musuem of Comedy in Bloomsbury on March 17.
 
The price is a £5 but there is a catch – you also have to bring along something stolen to get in. Thomas describes the concept as "a kind of anarchist version of the Antiques Roadshow."
 

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News: Big Tour For Mark Thomas NHS Show

Following another sell-out Fringe run in August to absolute critical acclaim, swiftly followed by a two week sell-out run at London's Arcola Theatre, Mark Thomas tours his latest mix of theatre, comedy, investigative journalism and reportage from February - April 2019.

Mark is 54, the NHS is 70, and the UK national

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Live Review: Mark Thomas: Check Up – Our NHS @ 70, Arcola Theatre, E8

Mark Thomas is one of radical comedy’s national treasures so it feels apt that in his latest show he is looking at another national treasure, the National Health Service. The difference between them is that while Thomas appears to have so much energy he looks like he might go on forever, the NHS is becoming an endangered species.

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