Comic Wat­son’s flaw show

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - LIFE & LEISURE -

AWARD-WIN­NING co­me­dian and nov­el­ist Mark Wat­son re­turns to the road for his new com­edy show.

Mark will de­liver his dark­est, most per­sonal, and what he hopes to be, his fun­ni­est show yet in High Wy­combe on Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 8.

The comic has be­come a cel­e­brated act at the Ed­in­burgh Fringe after be­ing nom­i­nated for Best New­comer at the 2005 Per­rier Com­edy Awards. His other awards in­clude the Time Out Critic’s Choice Award 2006 and a Barry Award nom­i­na­tion for best show at the Mel­bourne Com­edy Fes­ti­val 2006.

As well as be­ing a fa­mil­iar sight on Never Mind The Buz­zcocks, Mock The Week reg­u­lar and cult Ra­dio 4 se­ries Mark Wat­son Makes The World Sub­stan­tially Bet­ter, Mark is also renowned for his epic 24-hour com­edy marathons.

His trade­mark self-dep­re­cat­ing sense of hu­mour colours the deep re­flec­tions on life’s se­ri­ous ques­tions that he brushes on dur­ing shows. In this show he ex­am­ines hu­man character de­fects and the ef­fects his own flaws have had on his life. Peo­ple are ad­vised to book early. The show takes place at Wy­combe Swan in St Mary Street on Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 8 at 7.30pm.

Tick­ets cost £17 and can be booked by call­ing the box of­fice on 01494 512 000.

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