Mark will be here even when he’s not
FANS of multi-award winning comics are in for a treat next year as Mark Watson announces his follow-up to his recent tour Flaws.
In 2016 he is set to go on a 69 date tour, which sees him play the Wycombe Swan on June 19, with his new show I’m Not Here.
Tickets were released for pre-sale on Monday (September 14), with them going on general sale tomorrow (September 18).
A seemingly minor problem at an airport forms the starting point of the show, which spirals into an examination of identity in the digital age and a search for meaning in our lives.
Mr Watson was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2005 Perrier Awards, before being awarded the 2006 if. comedy Panel Prize.
He took home the Time Out Critics Choice Award in 2006 and has been nominated for a Barry Award from the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
Mark Watson was the star of Dave TV’s Road to Rio, as well as the host of BBC 4’s We Need Answers. He has also regularly appeared on BBC 2’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and Mock the Week, BBC 1’s Would I Lie To You and Have I Got News For You and Dave’s Argumental. He has performed stand-up on BBC 1’s Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Channel 4’s Comedy Gala.
As well as his TV work Mark has had a number of critically acclaimed radio shows, including his BBC Radio 4 series’ Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better, Mark Watson’s Live Address To The Nation and Mark Watson Talks A Bit About Life, as well as 100 Million or Bust on BBC Radio 5 Live, where he is also a regular contributor to Fight Talk.
He has also written a number of novels – Hotel Alpha, Bullet Points, A Light-hearted Look At Murder, Eleven and The Knot.
Following his efforts to halve his carbon footprint, he also wrote the book Crap At The Environment. He is currently working on his sixth novel, which is due to be published in Summer 2016.
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Comedian Mark Watson is bringing his new tour to the Wycombe Swan