Mark Thomas is best known for his political activism, but in recent years he's been telling more personal stuff like how his dad's been battling a degenerative disease.
This year he's been thinking about the NHS, and how the approaching life expectancy age of 84 is slowly creeping up on him. When he finally hits 84 the NHS will be 100. What will they both look like then?
The show is built around a series of interviews that Thomas did with medical experts in and on the NHS, and uses his own demise to explore what's going right, what's going wrong, and how can it get better?
The Independant★★★★ – "Engaging and informative" The Guardian★★★★ – "Thomas' wide-eyed astonishment is infectious"
Jarred Christmas at the Comedy Store – 2 and 30 Apr 2019 – Jarred Christmas is one of the most popular performers at the Comedy Store full of confidence and passion.
Ireland’s Foil, Arms & Hog – 4 Apr 2019 – Foil, Arms & Hog are a comedy sketch group who hail from Ireland, and will be coming over to the Eventim Apollo in April
Rhod Gilbert at the Eventim Apollo – 11 to 13 Apr 2019 – Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert is back on stage for the first time in six years with two nights at the Hammersmith Apollo.
Rachel Parris — It’s Fun to Pretend – 12 and 27 Apr 2019 – Rachel Parris has put together a show with all her best songs and sketches, and included some brand-new material as well
Rob Brydon probing Barry Humphries – Live! – 28 Apr 2019 – Two comedy legends for the price of one when Rob Brydon probes the great Barry Humphries about his career
Adam Kay’s junior doctor diary: This Is Going To Hurt – 30 Apr 2019 – Adam Kay used to be a junior doctor and has written a book about his experiences called 'This Is Going To Hurt'.
Jokes Alone with Mr Patrick – 5 May 2019 – Mr Patrick is one of Nigeria's best-loved comedians and his Jokes Alone show will include some of the country's up-and-coming comics
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