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January 20th, 2020 7:00 PM   --   10:00 PM

On 20 January 2020, we’ll once again be putting on ‘A Night of Humanism’, our annual entertainment event in central Belfast featuring humanist comedians and thinkers.

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Featuring

Tim McGarry returns to host A Night of Humanism. Tim is the long-standing host of BBC One Northern Ireland’s The Blame Game, and well-known for starring in the comedy Give My Head Peace. He has been celebrated critics for being ‘sensitive, courageous, excoriating and funny... a comedian of the people, for the people’. He is a patron of Northern Ireland Humanists.

 

Stephen Law is a humanist philosopher and the editor of Think, which seeks to make contemporary philosophy accessible to everyone. He is a patron of Humanists UK, and author of OUP's seminal A Very Short Introduction to Humanism.

 

Cally Beaton is a natural storyteller full of intelligent, distinctive, and punchline-rich material, and has appeared on BBC comedy programmes such as QI. She was listed in Chortle’s 2017 Comedians To Watch and her Finalist credits include: Fresh Comedy Knights 2016, Max Turner Prize 2016, Bath Comedy Festival 2016, and Gotham Comedy New Talent New York 2015. Her debut solo show, Super Cally Fragile Lipstick, was a sell-out hit at Edinburgh in 2017.

 

Humanists stand at the forefront of social change in Northern Ireland, and this past year has been one of historical and momentous change. Join us for a celebration of rational thinking, kindness, and the brighter future we are helping to bring about in Northern Ireland.

Address

The Black Box
18-22 Hill Street
Belfast, BT1 2LA
United Kingdom

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