Comedian makes his Mark on the city

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Comedian Mark Thomas is asking the question: if the ramblers of the 1930s were here now, what would they do to open up the cities?

In his new show, entitled Trespass, Mark enquires how the skyscrapers and corporate squares could be turned into playgrounds.

Date:18th January 2016. Picture James Hardisty.
Mark Thomas, comedian and political campaigner who is making a film and a show about the role the Labour Club in Wakefield has played in his life and that of the trade unions in the area.

Date:18th January 2016. Picture James Hardisty. Mark Thomas, comedian and political campaigner who is making a film and a show about the role the Labour Club in Wakefield has played in his life and that of the trade unions in the area.

He will be airing these posers at Sheffield City Hall on March 15, at 8pm.

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 dollop of mayhem.

Tickets from £13. Call 0114 2 789789 or visit www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk

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.

Age: 16+

Tickets for Mark Thomas: Trespass (subject to booking fees) are available from Sheffield City Hall box office on 0114 2789 789, at www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk or in person.

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