Mark Watson's 25-Hour Comedy Marathon

Show’s over, folks

Show’s over, folks

To mark 25 years of Red Nose Day, the amazing Mark Watson performed a spectacular 25-hour comedy gig at London’s Pleasance Theatre.

What a man. What a mighty fine man. What an incredibly tired, very funny, mighty fine man. Anyway, it’s all over now, but if you’d like to be a Red Nose Day legend, like Mark, why not do your own challenge?

About Mark

Mark Watson

About Mark

Multi-award winning comedian, Mark Watson, has appeared on Live At The Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats, guest hosted BBC Two’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks and released his debut stand-up DVD last year.

Famed for his legendary endurance shows, he did what he thought would be his last ever one in 2009. Just for us though, he took on one final, huge, herculean, hilarity marathon. Quite how he did it, we’ll never know, but he did, and we’re incredibly grateful.

Make your mark

Make your mark

Follow in Mark’s footsteps and take on your own Red Nose Day challenge. You can still join his online fundraising team by getting a Red Nose Day Giving Page.

Giving page

It’s not all about endurance

It’s not all about endurance

Of course, there are plenty of other ways to raise life-changing cash that aren’t so extreme.