Cultural Climate Symposium returns to Bradford Cathedral

To be completed by: 16:30

Time: Sat 13 Apr 2024 13:30-16:30 | Venue: Bradford Cathedral

We are excited to be hosting another Cultural Climate Symposium after the success of last year's event. Join us for a panel discussion and two theatre pieces.

This year we are showcasing some theatrical explorations on the theme of climate change: Too Much Of Water written and performed by Steve Scott-Bottoms and a new play written, The Past Present, by Ann Morgan, a new Bradford writer and performed by our friends the Actors' Community Theatre (ACT).

There will also be a panel discussion about the role of faith communities working with artists and the culture sector to influence public discourse on this issue. Speakers on this panel will include Amandeep Kaur (Yorkshire & Humber Climate Commission); Steve Scott-Bottoms; and Ben Pugh (Head of Production and Event Operations for UK City of Culture Bradford 2025), and it will be chaired by Canon Ned Lunn.

At Bradford Cathedral we are committed to supporting and developing local artists and we know that professional artists emerge from a strong and vibrant amateur cultural environment. that is why we are excited to put these two pieces together and to reflect on them as part of the Symposium.

You can join us on Saturday 13th April from 1:30pm at 6pm in Bradford Cathedral. Tickets cost £7 (+bf) and are available from our Eventbrite page.

Click here to book your places.


Published: 19/03/2024
Audience: Those interested in the environment.
Contact: Bradford Cathedral

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