As seen on Russell Howard’s Good News, Mark Cooper-Jones is an exciting emerging stand-up comedian, a Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee, as well as one third of the highly acclaimed sketch group WitTank.
Alongside his fellow WitTank members, Mark was one of the stars of BBC3’s Live at the Electric, contributing as both a writer and performer. They have enjoyed six years of sell-out audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as numerous gigs and comedy festivals in the UK and Ireland. They have received a Best Show Nomination at the Leicester Comedy Festival and appeared on, 50 Funniest Moments of 2014 (Channel 4), Three At The Fringe (BBC3) and BBC Radio.
Hotly tipped as ‘One to Watch’ (Londonisfunny.com), Mark performs stand-up around the country. With much of his material derived from his past experiences of teaching Geography, Mark (Sir) is an authoritative stand up with a penchant for rules, countries and capitals tests.
Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival 2014 (one of the Guardian’s top 5 newcomers) Mark performed his Geography Teacher show to a sold out audience at The Tabard Theatre, London in 2015.
Follow Mark on Twitter: @markcooperjones