Here's a very special lockdown event.
Tune in this evening (Thursday 14 May 2020) at 7.30pm for a live-stream of Mark Thomas's multi award-winning play, Bravo Figaro - featuring a live Q+A.
Tickets cost £5 each*, and you'll receive a special link by email which will reserve your place at the show.
*20% of each ticket purchased will go to Midlands Arts Centre.
The show will also be available after the live event for bookers to watch until midnight on Friday 15 May. Tickets can be purchased until 5pm on Friday 15 May. Please note, viewers watching the recording after the live event will be unable to participate in the Q+A.
Find out more and book your tickets HERE (external link)
About the show
Advisory age 15+. Show contains strong language.
The show is Mark Thomas's most poignant and personal, focusing on his father, a self-employed builder with a passion for opera, his degenerative illness, and Mark's attempt to put an opera on in a bungalow in Bournemouth.
Written in all of Mark's grumpy glory, Bravo Figaro is about love, death, fathers and sons, and the search for peace in an imperfect world - with a few gags thrown in for luck.
"In the performance I say this is not a show about love, well it turns out I was wrong." - Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas will introduce his show Bravo Figaro, before audiences and Mark will watch the show together. After a short toilet break, Mark will answer any questions you might have, live from his house.
You can leave your questions for Mark in the chatroom whilst the show is on.
7.30pm - Intro from Mark (live)
7.35pm - Mark's warmup from Cuckooed
7.55pm - Break for NHS applause
8.05pm - Intro to Bravo Figaro from Mark (live)
9.05pm - Comfort break
9.10pm - Q+A with Mark (live)
Book your tickets HERE (external link)