Mark Watson: Search
Mark Watson’s 12-year-old son has just got a phone. His 70-year-old dad has been through the most frightening experience of his life. Both a dad and a kid himself, around
Mark Watson’s 12-year-old son has just got a phone. His 70-year-old dad has been through the most frightening experience of his life. Both a dad and a kid himself, around the midpoint of his life, the Taskmaster star and multiple award-winner – now also famous as one-third of YouTube cult sensation No More Jockeys – returns.
He’ll consider the search for meaning that we’re all on, with or without Google. There’ll be a lot of jokes and a show that’s different every night.
‘A genius-level comic doing what he does best… it’s magical to watch and just so funny’ – Time Out Melbourne
‘Quite unlike anything else I’ve seen in almost 20 years of covering the Fringe…witty, warm, perfectly judged’ – Telegraph
‘An hour or two of our limited span on Earth in his uplifting, witty company is time excellently spent’ – Chortle
‘A master at letting us in on his vulnerability’ – The Times
‘This is a stand-up operating at the very top of his game’ – Independent
Age guidance: 14+
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