Comedian Mark returns to Corby theatre with his acts of dissent

Comedian Mark Thomas returns to The Core theatre, Corby, in March''Picture by Steve Ullathorne
Comedian Mark Thomas returns to The Core theatre, Corby, in March''Picture by Steve Ullathorne
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Irreverent comedian Mark Thomas returns to The Core theatre at Corby in March with his hit show, 100 Acts Of Minor Dissent.

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show on Tuesday, March 11, promises audiences an evening full of fun with subversive, inspiring and mainly legal results.

Following his critically acclaimed, award-winning and deeply personal theatre show Bravo Figaro, Mark set himself the task of committing 100 Acts of Minor Dissent in the space of a year and the show is his catalogue of those acts from the smallest action to the grandest confrontations.

With six series on Channel 4, numerous awards, TV documentaries, three books, a published manifesto, a fifth series of Manifesto commissioned for Radio 4, a Sony Award for his show My Life in Serious Organised Crime, a magazine column that caused a diplomatic incident, the occasional arrest, court cases, giving evidence to Parliamentary Select Committees and stopping multinational infrastructure deals, Mark is the UK’s favourite political comedians.

The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £15.50 with concessions costing £10.50.

To book call 01536 470470 or visit www.thecorecorby.com.