On Sat 1st Sept at 5pm, we invite you to share and hear stories from Friends of the Earth’s 45 years of history building transformative social movements for environmental justice, in an intimate event interweaving activist stories with theatre performance.
In a Melbourne Playback performance the audience’s stories and experiences are the content of the performance. Through dialogue with a skilled playback facilitator, individuals share perspectives, ideas, moments and events from their lives. A team of professional actors will bring these stories to life and into focus in a way that is entertaining, surprising, illuminating and transformative.
Friends of the Earth Melbourne is a member-based organisation made up of ordinary people who share a vision. For 45 years, our work on the frontline of environmental activism continues to draw new generations of activists and leaders into the movement.
Not a member? Sign up here: melbourne.foe.org.au/member
Friends of the Earth and Melbourne Playback acknowledge this event will take place on the stolen lands of the Wurrundjeri people, where sovereignty was never ceded.
Saturday 1st September, 5pm
Fairfield Uniting Church, 85 Gillies St, Fairfield
$20 / Members $15 / Solidarity $30
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