Dramatic Impact

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Dramatic Impact

Exploring the potential of sustainable development in theatre through presentations, performances and debate.
Saturday 09 March

SUSTAINABILITY || PERFORMANCES || DEBATE

Dramatic Impact aims to introduce theatre makers and theatre goers alike to latest developments in environmentally friendly technologies in the arts - ranging from technical equipment to everyday maintenance.

Featuring experts championing environmentally friendly systems and technologies in Scotland and wider, new writing from the Edinburgh University Theatre Company, an open debate discussion and organic food provided by our sponsors, Union of Genius, the festival seeks to improve our understanding of green theatre production.

Sustainability is not a lofty goal - you can help us produce greener, safer theatre simply by recycling your ticket!


Programme of events:

12pm:
Welcome Talk and Bedlam Theatre Backstage Tour

1pm:
Open discussion in Bedlam Theatre’s Fat Cat Café
featuring current material on green theatre, music and poetry.
Bedlam Theatre’s menu for the day is provided by Union of Genius

2pm:
Sustainability Talks

  • Gemma Lawrence, Project Officer, Creative Carbon Scotland
  • Davy Gray, Environmental Coordinator, EUSA
  • Adam Alton, Venue Manager, Bedlam Fringe 2012
    followed by a short discussion

3pm:
LED Lighting Demo Workshop and Q&A

4pm:
Quadruple Bill
a performance of three pieces of new writing by young playwrights and ‘Hugh’ by award-winning playwright Nick Payne

5:15pm:
Open Debate

6pm:
End

We are proudly sponsored by:
Union of Genius
White Light

and supported by:
Creative Carbon Scotland
Julie’s Bicycle
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh University Students’ Association
Scenery Salvage

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