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Sunday, March 14, 2010

The Low Carbon Roadshow – Open Rehearsal – Saturday 13 March

This is a new creative project that aims to take TN out and about in the city, as well as to other Transition initiatives and gatherings in East Anglia. This small travelling show will appear on its own or at other events (like the Earth Hour – see below) and be run by a company of artist-performer-writer Transitioners. Its physical form will be constructed from recycled, reused and zero-carbon materials, including its transport.

The show will cover all aspects of Transition – energy, food, textiles – within the framework of TN2. Its main intent is to engage people in the the creative, physical and philosophical aspects of a low-carbon community life and create a new kind of culture for the future. The focus will be on hands-on engagement and experience.

At our first rehearsal we’ll be inventing a flexible rabbit-out-of-the -hat structure for future events that can include talks, films, street theatre, interactive art, neighbourhood mapping, workshops, cook-ins, music, storytelling, taster Transition Circles, as well as display imaginative and dynamic info about low-carbon communities around Britain.

Anyone who would like to be actively involved please come along, Venue: Norwich Arts Centre, St Benedict's St. Time: 1pm-5pm. Performers and communicators 1pm, makers and designers 3pm. For further info email Charlotte on theseakaleproject@hotmail.co.uk.

Tom and Charlotte discussing the Show, Frank's Bar, Norwich
Mark gets ready for some action in Grosvenor Square, London