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Mark is back here for comedy

Rob George 16th Sep, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

MULTI-AWARD winning comedy star Mark Watson returns with the highly anticipated follow-up to his hugely successful show Flaws.

In 2016 Watson goes on an incredible 69-date tour with his new show I’m Not Here.

Tickets for his show which includes a date at Worcester’s Huntingdon Hall on March 16, 2016 will go on general sale on Friday (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; luckily with an enormous number of jokes, as well as Watson’s customary flailing, chaotic audience interactions and all sorts of other fun.

As one of the most decorated performers on the UK comedy scene Mark 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.

As well as his extensive 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.

In short: if you like comedy, but you don’t come and see this, you’re acting very oddly!

Call the box office on 01905 611427 or visit for more information.

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