Mark Thomas: Serious Organised Criminal Trailer

Mark Thomas: Serious Organised Criminal Trailer (2007)

05 November 2007 Comedy

Comedy that really makes a difference! This is Mark's true story of cake icing as a political weapon, of demonstrations to Defend Surrealism and getting to like the police. Mark turns an 18 month battle over Parliament Square and the right to demonstrate into bizarrely brilliant stand up. This is how Mark fought the law ... with the law's permission! It is a laugh out loud funny world inhabited by anarchists, Goths, artists and the Westminster Constabulary, in which Mark becomes a Guinness World Record holder, organises 2,500 protests in one day and changes the law in the process.

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Mark Thomas

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 05 November 2007

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