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 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. 

Running Time: 1 hour 40 minutes with 20 minute interval, Suitable for ages 14+

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

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