Sat 15 Jul 2017
Troublemakers' Festival is delighted to present Mark Thomas with a new work in the making.
Few predicted the events of 2016, and even fewer seem to know where we are going. Mark Thomas sets out to discover what the future has in store for us by collecting and examining his own predictions and those of his audiences before gambling on their outcome.
By making futurologists of us all, he will create a fantastical, hilarious and possibly accurate vision of the world. And maybe even make a few quid on the side.
Mark's extraordinary brand of creative mayhem was one of the original inspirations behind the Troublemakers' Festival, so it is fantastic that he is able to join us for this unique and intimate gig in the heart of the city.
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WITH SUPPORT FROM CHARLES TOLFREE AND ARIANNE SHERINE.
Charles Tolfree is a visual and performance artist from Margate, Kent. He performs spoken word live (often with props) at open mic nights, poetry slams and between bands at gigs, and firmly believes that art should be accessible and affordable.
Ariane Sherine is a comedy writer, stand-up comic and singer-songwriter. She has written for several television programmes, including BBC1s My Family, BBC2 and BBC3s Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Childrens BBCs The Story of Tracy Beaker, CBeebies Space Pirates, Childrens ITVs The New Worst Witch and Channel 4s Countdown. She has also written for the Radio 4 show Dilemma and for Radio 3's Night Waves.
Troublemakers' Festival is about changing the world - starting with Swansea High Street. It is brought to you by Coastal Housing and Volcano Theatre as part of From the Station to the Sea - a project about the future of the High Street, made possible by the Arts Council of Wales's Ideas People Places initiative. Troublemakers' Festival is supported by The Foyle Foundation. Mark Thomas's Show that Gambles on the Future is presented by Lakin McCarthy.
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