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Needs More Work Productions – Tomorrow

By |April 16, 2024|

Needs More Work Productions is proud to present Tomorrow, exploring climate justice through a collection of site-specific short plays as part of the international Climate Change Theater Action festival. Four archetypal characters from past and future times present their perspective on the impending climactic doom, trying to [...]

Online Event: Reframing Film, TV, Art and Music

By |February 26, 2024|

We're excited to share with you details of this event from our friends at the Environmental Thinking Institute: Online Event: Reframing Film, TV, Art and Music When: Tuesday 19 March 2024, 7:30pm to 9pm GMT Where: online on Zoom How: register on Eventbrite or via Details: the Environmental Thinking [...]

Global Voices: call for videos

By |June 29, 2023|

What is the Global Voices project? In 2021, Ecostage and the Society of British Theatre Designers put out a call to people in the performing arts to share videos that reflect their response to the climate emergency. The initial inspiration for this was the development of the SBTD’s carbon literacy training [...]

Ecostage at PQ Ecoscenography Day

By |June 10, 2023|

Ecostage has been part of a fantastic day at the Prague Quadrennial dedicated to Ecoscenography and hosted by leading ecoscenographer Tanja Beer and Marianne Lavoie of Écoscéno. Three of the Ecostage directors - Andrea Carr, Mona Kastell and Paul Burgess - along with their colleague Alison Neighbour talked about [...]

Three Poetry Videos from Cece’s Speakeasy – Call and Response

By |August 7, 2022| In July 2031… An event took place in a secret location in South East London. It was an act of creative resistance against climate and environmental injustice using live music, spoken word, storytelling and cutting-edge visuals… Cece’s Speakeasy. Apples and Snakes invited emerging artists from across England [...]

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