Oily Cart has challenged the accepted definition of theatre and audience to create a performance for the smallest members of the community
Live magazine is an award-winning youth publication, available in London, recognised for the positive impact it has had on disadvantaged young people
Playback theatre is an original form ofimprovisational theatre in which audience members tell stories fromtheir lives and watch them enacted on the spot.
We Are What We Do' is a community action movement spreading the powerful idea: small actions x lots of people = big change.
Ann Pettifor believes it is now time for a Green New Deal' based on a Keynesian model of economics delivering much greater accountability of banking directors and less reliance on credit.
Andrew Simms, head of the Climate Change Programmefor the New Economics Foundation, was joined by co-founder - SolitaireTownsend, to talk aboutpioneering new methods in marketing and corporate [...]
At the Schumacher Lectures Eugenie Harvey began her seminar by taking the audience through the history of We Are What We Do'.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) has recently launched its spectacular new Cool Seas website.
The Rainforest World Music Festival is aunique festival that brings together renowned worldmusicians from all over the world.
Imagine having an audience with some of the most powerful leaders inthe World, where you have the opportunity to tell them what you thinkabout the future of our planet. This is exactly what [...]
DATE: 7-8 March 2007
On May Day, more than a thousand music fans, politicians and celebrities gathered in the KoKo Club, London, to support the Big Ask climate change campaign run by Friends of the Earth.
A remarkable project recently brought two gypsy folk musicians from Rajasthan (Northern India) to schools in Cardiff. Chugge Khan and Sattar Khan performed concerts and ran workshops in four [...]