Rise: Macro vs Micro – Free pop-up performances, installations and discussions about climate change. Created and performed by over 40 members of The Old Vic Community Company.
Rise: Macro vs Micro is a series of performances and installations inspired by issues around climate change and the environment, taking place at The Old Vic Workrooms in Bermondsey.
The performances have been written, produced and performed by members of The Old Vic Community Company and developed with BAFTA nominated writer, Kenny Emson, and directors Joe Hancock and Rachel Briscoe.
The event will conclude with a chaired debate in the main space exploring the idea of Macro vs Micro: What difference can we make at a local level and when do we need to act big? Be inspired before sharing your views.
The Old Vic Workrooms, Bermondsey, 16 Drummond Road, SE16 4EE
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Dates and Times:
Fri 22 Apr, 7.30pm
Sat 23 Apr, 2.30pm
Sat 23 Apr, 7.30pm
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Generously supported by
With additional support from
Grosvenor, The Old Vic Endowment Trust, Sandra Charitable Trust, The Behrens Foundation, The Blyth Watson Charitable Trust, The GC Gibson Charitable Trust, Schroder Charity Trust, Andor Charitable Trust, The Charlotte Bonham-Carter Charitable Trust, The Vandervell Foundation, Unity Theatre Trust