Politically active comedian Mark Thomas has set himself the task of committing 100 acts of minor dissent in a year and is touring with a show all about it.
He is playing at The Core at Corby Cube on March 11 and The Stables, Milton Keynes, on March 12, and the show will catalogue these acts which range from the smallest to the grandest confrontations.
The show is said to be hilarious, subversive, mainly legal and occasionally inspiring.
Over the years Mark has instigated a range of actions in a bid to tackle arms dealing, inheritance tax law and getting multi-national companies to change the way they operate.
In 2010 Mark walked the length of the Israeli wall in the West Bank which resulted in his 2011 show Extreme Rambling: Walking the Wall.
His last Edinburgh show Bravo Figaro was his first theatre show and was a moving story about his dad which was originaly commissioned by the Royal Opera House, won him awards and was broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
For tickets call the Core at Corby Cube box office on 01536 470470 or The Stables in Milton Keynes on 01908 280800.