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How to Be Human: The Show
We can’t stop the future from arriving, no matter what drugs we’re on. But even if nearly every part of us becomes robotic, we’ll still, fingers crossed, have our minds, which hopefully, we’ll be able to use for things like compassion, rather than chasing what’s ‘better’ and if we can do that we’re on the yellow brick road to happiness.
This show will be the follow up to my sell out shows ‘Sane New World’ and ‘Frazzled’ - this time I will also have a little help from the neuroscientist and the monk throughout the tour.
How to be Human is the show you need to help you upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone.
Mon 15th Oct, Connaught, Worthing
Tues 16th Oct, Connaught, Worthing
Weds 17th Oct, Spa Centre, Leamington
Thurs 18th Oct, Spa Centre, Leamington
Weds 24th Oct, Nottingham Playhouse
Thurs 25th Oct, City Hall, Hull
Sun 28th Oct, Bristol Old Vic
Mon 29th Oct, Octagon Theatre Yeovil
Tues 30th Oct, Corn Exchange Exeter
Weds 31st Oct, Corn Exchange Exeter
Sat 10th Nov, Lighthouse Poole
Tues 13th Nov , Opera House Buxton
Weds 14th Nov, Alhambra Bradford
Tues 20th Nov, Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Weds 21st Nov, Palace Theatre, Newark
Thurs 22nd Nov, Palace Theatre, Watford
Fri 7th Dec, Norwich Playhouse
Sat 8th Dec (mat), Norwich Playhouse
Sat 8th Dec (eve), Norwich Playhouse
"We are not equipped for this century, it’s too hard, too fast, and too full of fear; we just don’t have the bandwidth. Our brains can’t take so much information in a world where we’re bombarded by bad news and force-fed information. I can just about take in the weather then I’m exhausted. You open a newspaper, everyone’s dead. We’re only supposed to know what our neighbour is up to; if the woman next door to you is having sex with the man next door to her we need to know; but four doors down and it’s none of our business."