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Arcola Theatre, London5.02 reviews
Based on a series of interviews with leading experts and residencies in hospitals and surgeries.

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Mark Thomas is known as a comedian but this time around he is turning himself into a documentarian.

By the time Mark reaches 84 (the average UK life expectancy) The NHS is going to be 100 years old. Mark has questions about what the NHS looks like now and what it will look like on its centenary.

Mark has interviewed experts and done residencies in different medical fields, hospitals and surgeries. He’s here to tell us where our NHS is, where it is heading and where we should aim to be.

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Mark Thomas Check Up tickets at the Arcola Theatre
Mark Thomas Check Up tickets at the Arcola Theatre
Mark Thomas Check Up tickets at the Arcola Theatre
Mark Thomas Check Up tickets at the Arcola Theatre
Mark Thomas Check Up tickets at the Arcola Theatre

Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

1 hr 20 mins

Performance dates

22 October – 3 November 2018

Access

BSL signed performances Saturday October 27 at 3pm and 7.30pm, Relaxed performance Wednesday October 31 7.30pm

Venue Information

Arcola Theatre24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL

Customer Reviews

2 reviews5.0

Andrew5th November

Thoroughly researched, well presented and delivered show that both celebrated the NHS andwarned of the pitfalls it faces.

Edwina Townsend4th November

He is very passionate about the topics he chooses and does a lot of research. A refreshingly strong voice drawing attention to problem areas of our society. I have seen him a number of times before and always feel in tune with his diatribes.