Mark Watson announces 2019 tour

Friday 6th July 2018, 9:08am

  • Mark Watson is to tour a stand-up show in 2019
  • The Infinite Show is themed around the topic of empathy
  • Tickets are on sale now from See Tickets
Mark Watson.

Mark Watson is to tour in 2019.

The Infinite Show launches in February in his birth city of Bristol, and runs through to October 2019.

The promoters say: "After spending last year being cluster-bombed with yoghurt on Taskmaster and half-killed by Bear Grylls, multi award-winning Mark Watson returns with a UK National Tour doing what he's best at: being indoors.

"Inspired by the basically shocking state of the world his children are growing up in, and a genuine, urgent desire to do something about it, Watson's new show is about empathy. 99 percent of the world's population is made up of other people: why can't we understand them?

"As scrawny and impassioned as ever, Mark tears into his topic with his notoriously high joke and rant-per-minute rate. And as the title suggests, in this show he takes his unusually collaborative approach one step further, aiming for an evening which will last longer in the mind than the hour the audience spend with him..."

Watson, who has so far written seven books, is also currently working on a film adaptation of his graphic novel Dan and Sam. The project is being developed by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment.

Tickets for The Infinite Show are on sale now

Full list of dates

Jersey (Opera House): Friday 7th December 2018

Bristol (Old Vic Theatre): Sunday 3rd February 2019

Bromsgrove (Artrix): Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th February

Wimborne (Tivoli Theatre): Saturday 9th February

Leicester (Little Theatre): Friday 15th February

Salford (The Lowry): Sunday 17th February

Colchester (Arts Centre): Friday 22nd February

Pocklington (Arts Centre): Thursday 28th February

Leeds (City Varieties): Friday 1st March

Northallerton (The Forum): Saturday 2nd March

Liverpool (Epstein Theatre): Sunday 3rd March

Berwick Upon Tweed (The Maltings): Friday 8th March

Aberdeen (Lemon Tree): Saturday 9th March

Glasgow (The Stand): Sunday 10th March

Bath (Komedia): Thursday 14th March

Worcester (Huntingdon Hall): Friday 15th March

Tring (Court Theatre): Friday 26th & Saturday 27th April

Aldershot (West End Centre): Thursday 2nd May

Birmingham (Old Rep Theatre): Sunday 5th May

Hertford (Theatre): Friday 10th May

Loughborough (Town Hall): Saturday 11th May

Kendal (Brewery Arts Centre): Thursday 16th May

Stockton (ARC): Friday 17th May

Sheffield (Leadmill): Saturday 18th May

Brighton (Komedia): Thursday 23rd May

Reading (Town Hall): Friday 24th May

Cambridge (Corn Exchange): Saturday 25th May

Wells (Cedars Hall): Sunday 26th May

Swindon (Wyvern Theatre): Friday 31st May

Bridgwater (McMillan Theatre): Saturday 1st June

Coventry (Warwick Arts Centre): Sunday 2nd June

Maidenhead (Norden Farm): Thursday 6th June

St Albans (Alban Arena): Friday 7th June

Canterbury (Gulbenkian): Saturday 15th June

Ivybridge (Watermark): Friday 21st June

Falmouth (Trebah Amphitheatre): Saturday 22nd June

Exeter (Corn Exchange): Sunday 23rd June

New Milton (Forest Arts): Thursday 27th June

Isle of Wight (Medina Theatre): Friday 28th June

Andover (Lights): Saturday 29th June

Carlisle (Old Fire Station): Friday 5th July

Crawley (The Hawth): Friday 19th July

London (Bloomsbury Theatre): Saturday 7th September

Chorley (Little Theatre): Thursday 12th September

Selby (Town Hall): Friday 13th September

Barnard Castle (The Witham): Saturday 14th September

Winchester (Theatre Royal): Sunday 6th October

Pontardawe (Arts Centre): Friday 11th October

Farnham (Maltings): Friday 18th October

Newcastle (The Stand): Saturday 26th October

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