Mark performs at the Garrick Theatre in Stockport, Greater Manchester (or Cheshire, or possibly somewhere else entirely), where he takes a trip on the infamous 192 bus, visits the world famous hat museum and tries to get to the bottom of how one of its suburbs ended up with an infestation of marauding peacocks.
Mark performs in the Arts Centre in Colchester, Essex, the first town in Britain - then Boudicca burnt it to the ground. He also visits Jumbo - the town's iconic, Victorian water tower, investigates the history of Colchester Zoo, and tackle's the town's rivalry with Chelmsford.
Mark visits The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. He takes a trip on a river boat, rides the longest single truss escalator in the world and spends an evening in and the suburb of New Malden, home to the largest population of South Koreans outside Korea where he samples the delights of Kimchi and sings in a Noraebang.
Mark performs in St Michael's Cave in the Rock of Gibraltar. He explores Gibraltar's relationship with Spain, visits a British phone box, has some British fish and chips and encounters some not so British monkeys.