A live streamed performance, featuring an introduction and Q&A with the man himself, Mr Mark Thomas + special guests.
This is Mark’s true story of cake icing as a political weapon, of demonstrations to Defend Surrealism, and of getting to like the Police. Mark turns an 18-month battle over Parliament Square and the right to demonstrate into a bizarrely brilliant stand up show. This is how Mark fought the law… with the law’s permission.
It’s a laugh-out-loud funny world inhabited by anarchists, goths and artists, in which Mark becomes a Guinness World Record holder, organises 2,500 protests in one day and changes the law in the process.
Although this screening is a live stream, the performance of Serious Organised Crime is pre-recorded. Introduction and Q&A elements will be live.
7.30pm – Intro from Mark (live with BSL)
7.35pm – Serious Organised Criminal (captioned option)
8.40pm – Comfort Break
8.50pm – Serious Organised Criminal updates (live with BSL)
9.10pm – Other Comfort Break
9.20pm – Q+A with Mark and special guests (live with BSL)
The Brewhouse is proud to present this live stream in association with Tin Cat Productions.
Tickets are £5 and unlike our regular screenings, you can get yours by following THIS LINK.
The Brewhouse keeps 20% of each ticket sold.
9 July 2020 7:30PM