What would it take to actually stop climate change dead in its tracks? Science? Recycling? Experts? Or maybe: techno, guns and revolution?
Environment Minister Gwen Malkin's plan to stop climate change is rudely interrupted when a group of eco-terrorists storm Australia's Parliament House during a Fleetwood Mac concert. Blending fact and fiction, David Finnigan’s bold new satire is a manic spin on a world on the brink of turmoil.
David Finnigan's Kill Climate Deniers won the Griffin Playwriting Award ahead of its 2018 premiere in Australia, where it provoked, enraged and delighted audiences and critics alike. Prepare to experience the European premiere of one of the most daring and important plays of the decade, directed by Pleasance’s Head of Theatre Nic Connaughton - with all the early-90s techno you can eat.
A lovingly crafted satirical swipe at climate change issues that remarkably, given its predictions of catastrophe, provides a welcome shot of optimism perfect for today’s jaded and cynical times
Kill Climate Deniers is an evening exceptionally well spent
David Finnigan’s bold play about protesters who take an environment minister hostage is stalled by metatheatrics
Despite a provocative title, this staid, shallow and mostly charmless comic romp fails to convince
An extraordinarily daring play that is a political rally for saving our environment
3-D printed guns, eco-terrorists and the Australian Environment Minister on a killing spree...it's as bonkers as the title suggests
Laugh-out-loud comedy and very real tragedy