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NEXT LONDON SHOW: TUESDAY 8th JANUARY 2019 AT THE BILL MURRAY, ANGEL
STAND-UP PHILOSOPHY: ‘FRIENDSHIP’
Hello friends! Stand-up Philosophy is back after a holiday hiatus, and at a brand new venue, thanks to the amazing people at The Bill Murray! And to celebrate all the new friends we’ll need to sell out the bigger venue, this time we’ll be looking at ‘Friendship’.
What does it mean to be a friend? Can you ever really lose a friend once you’ve made them? Is there really a significant difference between a friendship and a romantic relationship? And if so, why did the cast of the sitcom ‘Friends’ seem to have so much trouble distinguishing between these concepts? (Answer: it’s because they never came to Stand-up Philosophy)
MATTHEW CROSBY! (Star of TV, ‘Pappy’s’ legend and top stand-up)
ALEX FARROW! (Philosopher, comedian and host of SUP Oxford)
ANNA DOMINEY! (Brilliant stand-up)
And host, your friend CHARLIE DUNCAN SAFFREY!!
Tickets are on sale now at http://buytickets.at/standupphilosophy
Come even if you’re just curious!
STAND-UP PHILOSOPHY EDINBURGH
Stand-up Philosophy did a full live run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, as part of the Laughing Horse Free Festival. In total we performed for about 1500 people over 25 shows, featuring top comedians and academic philosophers from all over the UK. Looking forward to another run in 2019…