Mark Thomas Live - Bravo Figaro! / Cuckooed / The Red Shed
Three of Mark's recent live shows on DVD
As a teenager working on his dad's building site, Mark used to cringe when he blasted opera out to the workers. Now he's written a show about him - in all his grumpy glory. "In the performance I say this is not a show about love, well it turns out I was wrong."
A comedy of betrayal. The true story of how Mark discovered his close friend was spying on him for Britain's biggest arms dealer. A tale of hubris, friendship, loss and undercover deceit told by an award-winning comedian.
The Red Shed (A Topical Tale About The Miners' Strike)
The Red Shed is a 47 foot long, wooden, red, Socialist shed in Wakefield where Mark first started to perform in public and where he politically came of age as a student involved in the miners' strike. The battle of politics is remembering over forgetting.
First released: Monday 11th December 2017
- Bravo Figaro
- - "Interview with EdFestMag"- Mark is interviewed for EdFestMag about Bravo Figaro.
- - "Before the Show" - Mark performs as his own warm-up act before performing Cuckooed.
- The Red Shed
- - "In The Red Shed" - Mark takes us on a tour of the Red Shed Socialist Club in Wakefield.
- - "In The Theatre Royal" - Mark talks about the venue he is performing the show in, the Theatre Royal Wakefield.
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