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Baked Alaska and The Green Project

July 16, 2015

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This Autumn there is not only one, but two opportunities to engage creatively in issues relating to Climate Change through Drama and Dance in the lead up to the Paris Summit in December.

Baked Alaska – Riding Lights in association with Diocese of Lichfield, Christian Aid and Operation Noah

An island in the South Pacific has a problem. It’s hollow. Anxiety levels are rising in a North American boardroom. Eve’s garden is bursting with next door’s rubbish. Even the ducks have relocated… they’re in Bangladesh.

From the four corners of the earth come colourful, inter-connecting stories of humanity living with the wild, unpredictable effects of climate change. Scientists, farmers, oil magnates, climate warriors, prophets, mothers, journalists and others just like you and me – we’re all in the mix and hungry for a recipe of hope. In the struggle over power, some sound the warming bell, some blow hot and cold, while others make a pudding of the planet.

Vivid, sharp and deliciously entertaining, BAKED ALASKA serves up the realities of climate change with flair and clarity about the temperatures involved.

To find out more and to discover where Baked Alaska is being performed and to book tickets CLICK HERE

 

The Green Project – Springs Dance Company and Tearfund 

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Springs Dance Company, in partnership with Tearfund, is now inviting bookings for this invigorating project that will stir up hope and inspire action on climate change.

Springs’ Green Project offers a short dance theatre presentation that can be accompanied by tailor made workshops and / or discussions.

Looking at the way our lives are interconnected with people across the world, The Green Project will encourage people to reflect, speak out and take action to address the damage done to God’s creation.

Ideal for church services, festivals, advocacy events and schools.

To find out more and for booking Information CLICK HERE

 

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  1. July 16, 2015 4:17 pm

    Reblogged this on matt's musings .

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