Burns chooses controversial topics for his show and isn’t backwards in coming forwards with his outspoken views. He enjoys challenging the audiences opinions through his very energetic and dynamic performance.
Should you really bother giving a homeless guy five pence? When some handy advice would probably be more useful yet equally resented? Does all cultural identity fundamentally suck? Is it sexist to hate women? Have you spotted the inherent Socratic irony in any of these questions, laughed then secretly given the question more credence than it deserves?, I would say "then this is the show for you"
Brendon talks about being single and not enjoying it, his failed sexual encounters with women, as well as the political and moral choices we seem to be given in Western society. He also tackles the subject of atheism with his personal take on spirituality, quantum physics, pantheism (Nature and God being one and the same), sentience, accountability and evolution marrying them all in a conclusive human need for allegory to explain it all.
Controversial comedian Brendon Burns performs his critically acclaimed stand-up show SOBER NOT CLEAN.