Mon 17 Feb


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Chris Morris is one of the most singular and controversial figures in comedy - at one point being described as the 'most hated man in Britain' for his corrosive media satire. With shows such as the notorious spoof Brass Eye, this writer, performer and film maker has not only pushed boundaries of taste and acceptability, but altered perceptions of current affairs broadcasting, moral panics and celebrity culture. At the same time, cult programmes such as Jam and Nathan Barley have pushed conventional formats such as sketch comedy and sitcom to the limits of possibility. Writer David Stubbs discusses Morris pioneering satire and experimental black comedy and his more recent move into film-making.

Before the lecture Deeper Into Movies will be picking out rare clips, classic scenes and FUCKING NODDY!

Presented by LNZRT LTD & Deeper Into Movies.

This is an 18+ event.

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Doors open7:30 PM

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