April 7 @ 7:30 am£17.50
In his new show 50 Things About Us, Mark Thomas combines his trademark mix of storytelling, standup, mischief and really, really well researched material to examine how we have come to inhabit this divided wasteland that some of us call the United Kingdom.
Mark picks through the myths, facts and figures of our national identities to ask who do we think we are?
It is a show about money, history, songs, gongs, wigs, unicorns, guns, bungs, sods of soil and rich f*ckers.
And how we have so much feeling for such a hollow land.
The show is in the vein of The Manifesto [Mark’s book] meets a sweary History channel!
50 Things About Us will also be a podcast, and a book published by September Publishing in February 2020. It will also be an art exhibition… in Liverpool January 2020.
Suitable for ages 16+
Tickets are £17.50 (*£12.50 for under 21s, students, carers who are accompanying the person they support. ID may be required for age/student verification), available in advance from the Box Office on 01449 774678 (open 10am to 2pm weekdays), or online from our ticket partner, WeGotTickets (booking fee applies).
Doors open at 7.30pm, for an 8pm start. There will be an interval.
Please note that this is a seated event, with seating unallocated, though all with a good view.
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