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 Emergency Exit Arts


A Load of Old Rubbish
eexit arts load of old rubbish

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1994 - 1997
participatory theatre
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Synopsis
 
A Load of Old Rubbish is a visual and participatory theatre show for 7 - 11 year olds designed to encourage creative and practical ways to ensure a sustainable future. The show aims to promote Local Agenda 21 which encourages communities to participate in environmental initiatives on a local as well as a global level.

Humorous and extraordinary, the high energy performances feature an assortment of magical, mechanical dustbins, an animated compost heap, urban wildlife and a world-turning exercise bike.

The three characters are :

Mrs. Gleam the Eco-Maniac, nice but nosy - busily trying to tidy up her own, and everyone else's backyard.
Miss Dream the Eco-ignoramus, a shopaholic contaminating and consuming faster than this world can handle.
Mrs. Green the Eco-Fascist, she's on an environmental mission to save the planet - she'll recycle your banana skins and do scientific experiments to measure the effects of global warming.

The characters from A Load of Old Rubbish also perform in Walkabout. The show is also accompanied by a drama workshop.

Emergency Exit Arts has also worked on commissions for Greenpeace campaigns (1994 - 1997).

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Emergency Exit Arts (view company features page)

www.eea.org.uk
info@eea.org.uk
t: 020 - 8853 4809

Rothbury Hall
Azof Street
Greenwich
London
SE10 OEF
England


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