Saturday 29th March 2014
Dulwich Hil Laneway
An Earth Hour Event supported by WWF, Marrickville Council, and the Sydney Environment Institute, this piece takes place in an inner city laneway, followed by a sustainable candlelit supper provided by Feather and Bone: 7:30pm, Saturday 29th March 2014.
Join an intimate audience to follow an acclaimed author and historian down a suburban alley to discover the beauty and suffering of a Mother and The Great Barrier Reef. It promises to be an unforgettable performance.
This year Earth Hour is switching from a moment to a movement, bringing people together to focus attention on one of our most loved and most vulnerable natural icons – the Great Barrier Reef, which may no longer be viable as an ecosystem from 2020. In 2014, Earth Hour will ask people to turn their lights off as a sign that they care about climate change and its impacts on our Reef.
Here’s the trailer:
For more information click here.