Mark Thomas is a popular journalist, political satirist, presenter and English comedian from South London. He is known for his various political stunts and performances on his show. Mark Thomas refers himself as a tolerant anarchist. Recently, in a public interview, Mark Thomas spoke about charity shops, opera and Nicholas Soames.
Trepas is the latest show of Mark Thomas. He will be touring between 1 December and 7th May.
He has told in the interview that he wanted to experience a lot of fun and create maximum as much as he can. When he does a combination of activism, stand up, journalism and theatre, he says that he is able to determine methods to protest about social injustice. He added that he was able to find good qualities in his enemies. It is hard to get along with people who are awful or against you. He told that Nicholas Soames is the only person who does not expect much and without any positive features. People who are active in the online do not accomplish anything. He finds it is a wrong action. Mark Thomas told that any kind of online activity would have an impact.
People may read and find out stuff is actually a start. When you look at the controversy sites like Twitter, there are names of highly proficient individuals and their alleged scandals. He added that social media is completely changing and making people out of their own way. It does something positive. The online petition for a recent campaign called WOW obtained 100,000 people to sign up and engage in the process. It is the campaign organized against the welfare cuts.
Mark Thomas told that he seemed to be attracted towards opera. He says that it connects him with his father. Mark Thomas’s dad was a bruiser. He is a brilliant man and served the education system in serious manner. He developed love and affection to opera and trusted in the self-improvement idea. He went to an extent where he would take cassettes to roofs of the building and played them. As a sixteen year old guy, Mark Thomas was embarrassed by his father’s actions and seriousness towards the opera.
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