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Tuesday 5 March 18:30 – 20:30 free

A CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLY

James Arnott Theatre, Gilmorehill Halls
University of Glasgow
University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ

A CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLY
Andy Smith and Lynsey O’Sullivan

We are the citizens! This is our assembly! We are the actors in this story!

What are we doing about the climate emergency? What are we not doing? What more could we be doing? What more should we be doing?

Be part of the story and join the debate with A CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLY, a new work by acclaimed theatre maker Andy Smith created in collaboration with applied arts practitioner Lynsey O’Sullivan. Part of a series of works called PLAYS FOR THE PEOPLE: plays written to be performed by the people in the room.

‘Smith’s optimism is infectious’ – Total Theatre.

Recommended age 14+

Andy Smith is an acclaimed theatre-maker based in the North-West of England. As well as the PLAYS FOR THE PEOPLE series, a long-form project which he has been developing since 2018, his most recent works include the plays The Preston Bill (2015), SUMMIT (2018), as well as the performance work COMMONISM (2018), a collaboration with the Norwegian artist Amund Sjølie Sveen. Andy has also collaborated with the theatre maker Tim Crouch since 2004, co-directing (along with Karl James) a number of plays including An Oak TreeThe Author and most recently Truth’s A Dog Must To Kennel.

Developed with the support of The Dukes Theatre Lancaster, The Social Responsibility Fund and The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at The University of Manchester.

Presented in collaboration between The Dear Green Bothy and Theatre Studies, College of Arts & Humanities, University of Glasgow.

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