“Who’s to Say? is taking a ‘super local’ approach of empowering and utilising the voices of a whole generation specific to the city of Portsmouth; whether that be local residents, those who work and/or study here, or even those who have previously spent time in the area, holidaying on our beaches, or simply passing through on their travels to France, Spain, or the Channel Islands via Portsmouth’s International Port.”
“The project looks to gain your opinions, thoughts, wisdom and words on climate change, how it is affecting you personally, as well as how you think Portsmouth is tackling this current issue, considering that the location has unique climate change challenges, particularly in a UK context.”
“Who’s to Say? will then culminate in the creation of a verbatim theatre piece, utilising these collected words from across Portsmouth to produce an original script and build a performance in co-production with young people, who will go on to perform the piece and showcase how the people of Portsmouth feel impacted by climate change, how you are adapting and what your hopes for the future are, with a focus on ‘resilience’; using your words, sharing your thoughts, and telling your stories of climate change within the UK’s Island City.”
This event is a ‘Pay What You Want’, where your donations would be greatly appreciated.
Category of Event: Arts and Culture; Awareness; Children and Young People; Educational
Category of Organising Body: Educational; Youth