A Show: ‘Baked Alaska’
About climate change
Commissioned by Christian Aid and others to promote awareness of the effects of global warming, it is to be performed by Riding Lights Theatre Company of York in over 40 towns nationwide.
“The sketches and stories are based on the lives of real people struggling with the effects of man-made climate change. The cast’s comedic antics deliver this important message through satire and metaphor with both humour and impact.”
“It seems incongruous to call a show about climate change fun, but Baked Alaska is.
More information here See this show locally at:
Alderley Edge Methodist Church, Chapel Road, Alderley Edge, SK9 7DU. Monday 19 October 2015
St Andrew’s Methodist Church Hall, Brownley Road, Wythenshawe, M22 0DW. Friday 13 November 2015
Both performances start at 7.30pm
A Film: ‘Growth Busters’
The first of Transition Wilmslow’s 2015-2016 film season
A film exploring the forces that fuel our worship of growth everlasting!
It tackles millionaire real estate developers enriched by public growth subsidies and economists who spin pro-growth propaganda.
More information and links to the trailer on our Film & Cinema section
Friends Meeting House, 1a Bourne St, Wilmslow, SK9 5HD
Thursday 29 October 2015, 7pm for tea and cake, 7.30pm showing, £2 admission