Mark Steel visits a town in Britain and investigates its society & history before performing a bespoke stand-up show for locals.
Tuesday 6th December 2011
Mark performs from The Maltings Theatre & Cinema in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, where he talks about the town's war with Russia, it's Scottish rivalries and local slang.
Tuesday 13th December 2011
Mark performs from the Canolfan Ucheldre Centre in Holyhead, Anglesey, where he talks about ferries, foot nibbling and Kate and Wills.
Tuesday 20th December 2011
Mark performs from The Haymarket in Basingstoke, Hampshire, where he talks about prehistoric roundabouts and a rather unusual world record set in a shopping centre.
Tuesday 27th December 2011
Mark performs from the Villa Marina & Gaiety Theatre in Douglas, Isle of Man, where he talks about space travel, fairy bridges and the mystery of Gef the Talking Mongoose.
Tuesday 3rd January 2012
Mark performs from The Fisher Centre in Bungay, Suffolk, where he talks about non-existent castles, haunted pubs and chicken roundabouts.
Tuesday 10th January 2012
Mark performs from The Orwell in Wigan, Greater Manchester, where he talks about entering pie eating competitions, living under floorboards, and the radicalism of George Formby.
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