Thu 18 - Sat 20 May
Today is a life-or-death situation. In one hour, the local authority of a small Welsh town will decide the fate of a 250-year-old majestic oak tree.
Resorting to desperate measures, an environmental activist takes the local councillor hostage, but things don’t quite go according to plan...
Tree is a comedy that looks at the complexities of climate activism and asks how we can save our communities as well as the planet.
Friday 19 May at 7.30pm
Post-show talk with Steve Westlake who climbed a tree in his neighbourhood in Canton in 2020 to help protect it. The tree was eventually felled sadly to make space for a development. Steve is a researcher at Cardiff University looking at pro-climate behaviour and leadership. Join us for what promises to be a fascinating talk!
Saturday 20 May at 1pm
Touch Tour for visually impaired audience members
Lasting 20-30mins. An opportunity to explore the set, and costumes, meet the actors and learn more about the world of the play. Please include a note when buying your ticket if you’d like to join the Touch Tour or email email@example.com
Saturday 20 May matinee performance
Join us for a post-show talk with Lee Alder - a Bird Listener. Lee is a blind man and a member of Sight Life and he’ll be sharing his amazing skills of identifying bird calls in the wild.
Saturday 20 May evening performance
BSL interpreted performance by Catherine McShane - Saturday evening 20th May
Saturday evening performance, post-show talk with Climate Cymru
Join David Kilner – climate and nature advocate and activist for a post show talk. David is the Campaign coordinator for a Nature Positive Bill – without delay.
Climate Cymru are a partnership organisation of over 320 groups, businesses, councils, schools, unions and creatives campaigning intersectionally – a movement for change.
£15 / £12
Duration: Approx 80 mins
Age guidance: 12+
A bilingual performance with surtitles
Parental advisory: this production contains occasional swearing including the use of the F-word.