The whole audience is always on Griffiths' side, adoring the pesky underdog fighting the huge corporation.
The presentation takes the form of a narrative arc, beginning from his childhood and onto the conclusion of the battle. He uses visual aids to help substantiate the story, with relevant slides that included letters, quotations and images. But he also, cleverly, had the actual t-shirts that were such a central part to his story which really helped to validate the occurrences as a true story. Each slide and t-shirt showed the story being amplified yet further and taking another, more surprising twist. Undoubtedly the most entertaining part was his recording of one his conversations with a receptionist to get through to the relevant person regarding trademark law; the attempted explanation from Griffiths as to the reason why he needed to speak to someone in the law department led to the pair of them being reduced to laughing fits.
The whole audience is always on Griffiths' side, adoring the pesky underdog fighting the huge corporation. It felt particularly relevant in a world where corporate giants have more and more influence and power. There was much admiration for someone standing up for themselves when they are in the right and combatting hypocrisy.
It was well presented and never boring, whilst any important trademark law is explained to us. The one slight drawback I had was that, regardless of the heroic defiance displayed by Griffiths, it was all over a t-shirt design. But do go along to this show as you’ll be taken on a thoroughly entertaining journey.