Mark Steel visits a town in Britain and investigates its society & history before performing a bespoke stand-up show for locals.
Wednesday 28th November 2012
Mark performs from the Rosehill Theatre in Whitehaven, Cumbria, where he talks about surrealist pirates, rum butter and the link between rugby and nuclear power.
Wednesday 5th December 2012
Mark performs from the Mull Theatre in Tobermory (aka Balamory), on the Isle of Mull, in the Inner Hebrides to discuss kid's TV-rage, underwear odysseys, and supercilious sea eagles.
Wednesday 12th December 2012
Mark performs in the Drum Centre in Handsworth, Birmingham, to explore reggae and riots, white supremacist gardening, and how takeaway food affects the space-time continuum.
Wednesday 19th December 2012
Mark performs at the King's School in Ottery St. Mary, Devon, to discuss Coleridge's embarrassing childhood, pixies, and what happens when you put 5000 people in a square with a lit tar barrel.
Wednesday 26th December 2012
Mark performs at The Corby Cube in Corby, Northamptonshire, where he uncovers an unlikely town rivalry, the extraordinary story behind a baffling accent and the truth behind the trouser press rumours.
Wednesday 2nd January 2013
Mark performs at The Theatre in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, where he uncovers the relationship between the Camerons, the Clarksons and a town full of rebels.
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