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Q&A: Sustainable Theatre and Environmental Action

February 2021
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Become a Member

Join the makers of AnthropoceneWilliam Townsend, and Gavin Maxwell (GymJam) in an informal dialogue between panel and audience, as they discuss sustainability and activism in response to the Climate Emergency.

Their experienced panel will explore actions we can all take on climate change and our footprint on the world - what impact do we want to make and how can we create and support more sustainable forms of art and culture?

Panelists include: Julia Spragg of GreenPeace, Pigfoot TheatreSolidaritree and ‘A Little Bit of Lagom’ Podcast host, Marla King.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

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Tickets are FREE, however booking is required. Booking closes at 5pm today.

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