ALL the thoughts I’ve had since I was born is the name of Mark Watson’s thrilling new live show coming to Warrington and Runcorn next spring.

Described by the Sunday Times as a ‘kind of unstoppably funny superhero’, Mark Watson is one of Britain’s most talked about comedians – but he is also quite tired and a bit stressed.

This year the author, comedian and festival legend won Best Show at the Adelaide and Sydney Comedy Festivals, completed a 100–date tour of the UK, Australia and New Zealand, recorded the second series of his cult Radio 4 show Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better, trained as a climate change lecturer under Al Gore, performed another 24-hour show, published his third book, Crap At The Environment and continued his regular appearances on the likes of BBC2's Mock The Week and Nevermind The Buzzcocks, BBC1's Have I Got News For You and ITV1's For One Night Only.

On his new tour he will describe his endeavour to reclaim his sanity through chronicling every thought he has ever had.

Mark will share his most embarrassing experiences such as encounters with would-be stalkers and, through his attempts at optimism despite his fretful attitude to life, will bring hope to pessimists across the nation.

Mark Watson will play The Brindley Theatre, in Runcorn, on Thursday, March 12 and the Pyramid Arts Centre on Saturday, March 21.

Call 0151 9078360 and 442884 respectively for tickets, priced £15 for adults and £13 concessions.