Two weeks ago I went to see the comedian Mark Thomas at the Calstock Arts I had heard him on the BBC radio shows. He is very political, but it wasn't clear that the show would be funny. However, he was funny and he did have good stage craft. The set was still political. He is spending the year doing 100 acts of minor dissent.
I liked the idea of book heckling, where he would put slips of paper into books in book stores.
The venue was an old chapel by the river. Although it was so dark, I had to take the existence of the river on faith.