Does emotion help us make moral judgments? In this brand new show Alfie will address this question.
Wednesday February 9th 2022
Monkey Barrel Comedy
Does emotion help us make moral judgments? In this brand new show Alfie will address this question. It will address this questions using jokes. There is a joke about Formula1 that isn’t actually about Formula1. There is a joke about shopping in a supermarket that is not really about shopping in a supermarket. There is a joke about parking tickets, and so on. These jokes will weave together to create something greater than the sum of their parts, answering a question about emotion and it’s complicated relationship to morality. You can disagree, but you must laugh.
Note from Alfie...[I refute that I am saying things to plainly and wilfully disrupt social progress. I am not. I might seem smug, I know, apologies, and I am often misunderstood. So at this particular point in the unfolding history of meaning, intention, signs and signifiers, I am going to sometimes going to tell you what I fucking mean.]
“It is tricky to write 350 sensible words when you come out of a show simply thinking ‘Wow! F**k! Wow!’” ★★★★★ THE SCOTSMAN
9th February 2022
20:30 (90 mins)
£12 per person
Venue Doors Open at 19:30 with the upstairs Barrel Bar open from 19:00 - first come, first served seating.
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