Climate Change at the theatre: Baked Alaska

You might be interested in a Riding Lights production at Friargate Theatre, York, 15 and 16 September 2015

Baked Alaska

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written by Paul Burbridge and Jonathan Bidgood

Time To Change The Temperature

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.

In the high-energy, ‘seriously funny’ style for which Riding Lights is well known, BAKED ALASKA is something we can all look forward to… unless we do something about it.

Extra-ordinary theatre for these extraordinary times.

Trailer and booking details at http://ridinglights.org/baked-alaska/

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About John Gray

My work with people in organisations connects me to the deeper questions - in myself, and in the world around. This blog helps me explore those connections. I work as a freelance organisational consultant.
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