Mark comes to Stoughton, Massachusetts this Wednesday to talk jihad, welfare and the western death wish. If you've never seen Steyn live, treat yourself to an evening of what one Australian critic called "apocalyptic stand-up": you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll bemoan our impending civilizational collapse.
The big night is at the Ahavath Torah Congregation at 1179 Central Street in Stoughton, which is within easy reach of Boston and Rhode Island, and Mark will be hosted for the second time by his favorite rabbi, "Rabbi J" Jonathan Hausman. Introducing the evening will be Boston radio's maestro of conservative controversies, Michael Graham, and there'll be time for your questions, and a book signing afterwards.
There's a VIP reception beforehand starting at 6pm. Tickets cost $100 (for the whole evening) and must be purchased in advance here.
The main event starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost $20 and are available here - or $25 on the door.
As The Hillsdale Collegian wrote of his recent appearance in Michigan, Steyn "brought a standing-room-only audience to its feet multiple times during his speech... They frequently showed their approval of his message, both through laughter and applause. Referencing Beyonce, Rutherford B. Hayes, and pole dancers, Steyn weaved a lurid intermixture of humor and political analysis." We can't promise a reference to Rutherford B Hayes on Wednesday, but he'll try to get in the pole dancers. Don't miss it!