Inner Climate

Inner Climate

An interactive theatrical exploration of climate change, and all of the voices telling us what we should and shouldn’t do…

Do you feel anxious and confused about climate change? Do you wonder whether what you do as an individual makes a difference?

Rebus Theatre’s Artistic Director Robin Davidson will lead a playful exploration of these thoughts and feelings, so we can all think more sanely about our environmental choices.

Part workshop, part performance, Inner Climate is loosely based on a theatrical experiment in Canada led by David Diamond of Theatre for Living.

Please note, audience members are encouraged to share their experiences, but no one is ever coerced or embarrassed into participating in a Rebus performance.

With assistance from the ACT Government under the ACT Community Zero Emissions Grants Program, and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres.

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Approximately 90 minutes run time. 5 Public performances will be held across Canberra in theatres and performance venues, and there will be 5 performances in schools. Interested in bringing Inner Climate to your school? Download this schools information pack here!

Here are the dates and locations of Public Performances. Join the mailing list so you don’t miss out on the details:

Friday April 22nd 2022 – 6:30pm Questacon, King Edward Terrace, Parkes – Free – Bookings essential – Book here for Questacon showings

Friday April 29th 2022 – 6:30pm Questacon, King Edward Terrace, Parkes – Free – Bookings essential – Book here for Questacon showings

Tuesday May 3rd 2022 – 5:00pm  Smith’s Alternative, 76 Alinga St, Civic – $5 entry – Book for the Smith’s showing here

Wednesday May 18th 2022 – 1:00pm and 6:00pm Kambri Drama Theatre (Kambri Cultural Centre) University Ave, Kambri ANU – Free – Bookings essential – Book here for the Kambri showings here

Inner Climate is supported by:

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