26 May –10 JuneAUSTRALIAN PREMIERE STARRING JOHN GADENand featuring a cast of young performers from Australian Theatre For Young People2071 is...

2071: Performance for Social Change

Location:

2008
Australia

Venue:
Seymour Centre
2071 Seymour Centre

Event Details

26 May –10 June

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE STARRING JOHN GADEN
and featuring a cast of young performers from Australian Theatre For Young People

2071 is a performance about climate change, created from the words of prestigious scientist, Professor Chris Rapley. This beautiful production fuses the facts of climate change and our planets’ history of global warming with astounding 3D projections and an original music score. Theatre, science and art combine to imagine what the world might be like in the future.

First produced by London’s Royal Court Theatre in 2014, the production received critical acclaim and was an immediate success with performances in Germany, Brussels and two seasons in London.

2071 perfectly frames the climate change facts and challenges within a beautifully structured and eloquent dramatic monologue.

The Australian production will feature state of the art projections by Joe Crossley (Vivid Sydney) and an original musical score by award-winning composer Andrée Greenwell.

2071 is part of our Great Ideas series which engages with significant issues of our time, provoking thought and public discourse around big contemporary questions.

"An urgent call for the greatest collective action in history" - The Guardian UK

“2071 strikes me as pretty essential viewing if you want a sensible overview on what is happening to our planet” - TimeOut UK

Thursday 8 June - Arts and Activism: Can theatre really create social change?

Following the performance of 2071, director Tim Jones will lead a discussion on the role the performing arts can play in promoting social change. He will be joined by some leading Australian experts in arts and activism, including Joe Crossley from Vivid Sydney, Professor Chris Rapley, Co-writer of 2071 and a climate scientist, will also be joining the discussion via Skype from the UK and Van Badham, Australian Writer and Social Commentator.

Please see our website for up to date details

Director: Tim Jones
Composer: Andrée Greenwell
Media artwork: Joe Crossley & Heckler
Movement Director: Patricia Wood

Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.
  • Hearing loop - A hearing loop (sometimes called an audio induction loop) is a special type of sound system for use by people with hearing aids. The hearing loop provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to 'T' (Telecoil) setting. Many venues have an induction hearing loop system. Check if your venue has this system.
  • Companion card - The Companion Card is for people with a significant permanent disability, who always need a companion to provide attendant care type support in order to participate at most available community venues and activities.