Climamania this Saturday night

8 November, 2012 at 9:49 am Leave a comment

Climamania 4
Saturday, November 10 at 6:00pm-10:00pm
This special event includes speakers Senator Bob Brown, internationally leading climate scientist David Karoly, Councillor Amanda Stone. There will also be presentations from BZE and Peter Hardy on his experiences working for NASA and living with the Inuit.
Soul Theatre’s Climamania highlights both the issues and some of the solutions in tackling climate change in an entertaining and educational way.To book:

Recent conferences, exhibitions and thinking from around the world point to art and cultural media as more provocative, more inspiring and deeper vehicles for shaping society’s perceptions and actions around global crises.

Climamania explores the emotional terrain of climate change through theatre, stories and music.So be part of the beginning of this global movement of creating compassion and spreading the word.

*raffle prizes include an overnight stay and breakfast at the Rialto and goodies from Origin Energy and Enviro Shop*

Can’t make it, but would like to support the project by donation or as a volunteer? Go to

Cost: $30 full | $18 concession (or groups of 10 or more).

Meat Market
5 Blackwood St
North Melbourne
Entrance Tyrone St end
Melways Ref: 43F5, 2BA9

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Tram 19, Tram 59, Bus 403

**To book:**

Entry filed under: Heart and Soul.

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