How To Save a Rock
by Pigfoot Theatre, Alex Rugman, Conky Kampfner
Short Play, Dramatic Comedy
Winner of the NSDF Samuel French New Play Award 2019. How To Save A Rock is a climate-change comedy about how to still have hope.
How To Save A Rock is a climate-change comedy about how to still have hope.
Quick catch-up: it’s 2026, and we’ve got four years left to save the world. Half a degree out, and millions of lives are at risk. The temperatures are rising, and so are the people – but not enough has changed.
Also, there’s only one polar bear left alive, and he’s written us a letter.
We’re going to save him. Will you help?
This show is entirely carbon-neutral. The lighting is powered by bike and solar power, all production materials are recycled and recyclable, and all sound is created live.
WINNER OF THE SUNDAY TIMES PLAYWRITING AWARD, 2019
WINNER OF THE SAMUEL FRENCH NEW PLAY AWARD, 2019
WINNER OF CAMDEN PEOPLE’S THEATRE AWARD, 2019
WINNER OF THE SUSTAINABLE FRINGE AWARD, 2019
“... by telling such an inventive story with a strong emotional core, it becomes not just a passionate message about climate change but a touching reminder of the power of humans in adversity through friendship, kindness and love.” – Theatre Weekly
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