Mark Thomas is a comedian with issues. In fact he’s made it his life’s work to make other people aware of those issues. With humour and wit.
The anarchic comedian has started a bit of a residency at Pegasus Theatre in Magdalen Street, Oxford appearing at the venue no less than four times.
You’ve probably already missed the first dates of Thursday May 28 and Thursday June 4 by now (unless you’re a time traveller) but you can still make his appearances on Thursday June 11 and Thursday July 2.
It’s all to do with his new show ‘Trespass’ which is billed as a work in progress.
Trespass carries on from where Mark’s previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent left off. It is his usual odd mix of theatre, stand up, activism, a dash of journalism and a dollop of mayhem.
Mark asks the question: If the ramblers of the 1930’s were here now what would they do to open up the cities?
How do we turn the skyscrapers and corporate squares into our playgrounds?
He sets out to try and carve a small space in the urban world where mischief and random chance can lurk.
No one knows where this show is going to end up so join him on the start of the project.
Suitable for ages 16+ and tickets can be bought from the website at www.pegasustheatre.org.uk