Why we are trying to take the No Goat Show on the Road?
Cafe Locked Out
One thing that has been missing in these last two years is rigorous public debate. The Goat show was trying to achieve that online, using a mix of critical thinking and humour to challenge the main-stream media’s one narrative.
And the show was a hit. To make it more interesting, the show’s hosts were four white mature males, a demographic that was been publicly told “their voices didn’t matter anymore.”
Now though, we want to perform the show before an audience whilst still streaming the show live so the online audience can interact as well.
The show will go for at least two hours and be completely interactive. No boring speeches. Not one. Instead, Richard, David and Dr Paul will be on the stage leading the discussions, and I will be with you, in the audience with a microphone. And in this show, we are all free to discuss anything, from the turmoil of the last two years, to abortion rights, to the Ukraine situation, to polyamory. And when I say debate, we mean debate.
It’ll be like being in a pub in the old Australia, where we could disagree completely but still be mates.
Healthy debate, we believe, nurtures a healthy democracy which in-turn helps to defend our precious freedoms.
We trailed this concept at several gatherings on our Australian tour and it was very well received.
We will also be bringing with us the stand-up comedian Ryan Etherington who does a hilarious Dan Andrews impersonation slash stand-up routine.
Finally, the main show starts at 7pm, but from 5.30pm we will be screening a documentary of the interviews we collected on our tour around Australia.
So, why not come down and join in the great experiment to see if Australians can still have a robust, life affirming, laughter filled conversation, the sort of discussions that used to make our Australian Sprit Glow.