Legendary mischief maker and funnyman Mark Thomas will be making his Kettering Arts Centre debut on Saturday at 8pm, with a show entitled “100 Acts of Minor Dissent”.
Over the decades, Mark has probably poked his nose into enough things to cause a politician to resign and arms deals to collapse.
He has also accidentally become a Guinness World Record holder for political protests.
Following his critically acclaimed, award-winning theatre show Bravo Figaro, Mark is back to doing what he does best; mischief.
In May this year he set himself the task of committing 100 acts of minor dissent in the space of a year and, in May 2014, the task will end.
The show is his catalogue of those acts from the smallest action to the grandest of confrontations.
With six series on Channel 4, numerous awards,
TV documentaries, three books and a fifth series of Manifesto commissioned for Radio 4,
Mark is earning a name as one of the country’s favourite political comedians.
The show is recommended for those aged 14 and above.
Tickets cost £15 or £10.
Available from Waterstones in Kettering or online at www.ketteringartscentre.com. The centre is located at St Andrew’s Church.