Extinct Tickets London Theatre
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Extinct Tickets

A newly commissioned play by April De Angelis addresses the climate emergency

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Overview

What drives a person to rebel? What is the journey a citizen has to take before they decide to disobey the laws of their own country? From psychiatrists to vicars, classroom assistants to actors - What is their story? Walk in their steps and find out.

April De Angelis (The Village, Playhouse Creatures) takes on the climate emergency in this tapestry of testimonials from environmental activists.

The performance will also be available to stream from home. To book these performances, please visit the Royal Stratford East What's On page.

Critic reviews

Even a hardcore eco-warrior wouldn’t enjoy this

· Evening Standard

A climate-change play that feels more like a lecture

· The Telegraph

As much an engrossingly strong play as it is a call for action

· A Younger Theatre

A passionate performance representing a raging call to address the problem at hand

· The Upcoming

The facts about climate change are laid startlingly bare in April De Angelis' impassioned new monologue

· WhatsOnStage

Apocalyptic monologue is marooned between drama and lecture

· The Times

Unrelentingly bleak monologue addressing threats posed by man-made climate change

· The Stage

Firenadoes, melting ice and one hour to halt apocalypse

· The Guardian
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Date & time

Show ended
Live: Wed 30 Jun - Sat 17 Jul
2.30pm, 7.30pm & 8pm

Streaming: Tue 13 Jul - Sun 18 Jul
2.30pm, 7pm & 8pm

Venue

Theatre Royal Stratford East, Gerry Raffles Square E15 1BN London, UK · Get Directions
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