November 19, 2008

Leviathan: Moral Money: The Future of Capitalism

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8 PM ’til LATE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10TH

THE BUTTON FACTORY,
TEMPLE BAR, DUBLIN

At Next Wednesday’s edition of the hugely popular political cabaret show, the Red Adair of Irish economics, David McWilliams, will probe a panel including Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary, Green Party finance spokesman, Senator Dan Boyle; and Professor Mary Corcoran of NUI Maynooth as well as special guests, on the nature of capitalism up to the unravelling of the complex international financial system and how it might – or need to – develop into the future. Should we instill more human, or even, moral values into how the global economy is managed and regulated? Should the market really be allowed the set the standards for everything? Expect passionate contributions as well as entertaining heckles from the audience.

The show will also feature a new satirical video and music from the subversive Paddy Cullivan aka Clint Velour – his previous video for the US Election Special is here

Tickets only €17.50 including booking fee from www.tickets.ie :
https://www.tickets.ie/secure/booking1.aspx?event=J9VN4

More info:
info@leviathan.ie

“A must-see event” Evening Herald
http://www.herald.ie/national-news/city-news/temple-barack-1522277.html

“Smashingly good” Harry McGee, The Irish Times

“David McWilliams might have trained as an economist but his true vocation is as a star of vaudeville.” Harry McGee, The Irish Times.

http://www.irishtimes.com/blogs/politics/2008/11/05/confined-to-baracks/#more-117

“The city’s hottest ticket” The New York Times

http://travel.nytimes.com/2006/04/26/travel/26letter.htmlN4