From green banking to generating clean energy from our poo, Martin Kiszko tackles environment issues through his playful poetry.
SOLD OUT. This immersive show highlights the importance of the oceans and demonstrates why it’s never been more vital to help protect this amazing habitat.
A humorous, theatrical and challenging eco-comedy stand-up poetry performance suitable for the whole family.
An exciting set of workshops and performances to inspire the budding youth band brass musician looking to take their playing to the next level. Led by leading lights in the brass world, the Royal College of Music and Brass Band England.
Come and listen to the bands, be inspired by their big sound, dexterous agility and tight ensemble.
Come join the Royal College of Music and Brass Band England for an exciting hour of discovery and performance!
How can music help us forge new relationships with our environment and the places we inhabit?
A cross-cultural feast of science and poetry, investigating the danger our natural and human landscapes are facing across the globe and what we can do about it.
Immerse yourself within the sights and sounds of a forest ecosystem under threat with this digital artwork created by art collective super/collider.
A multifaceted portrait of ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ author Peter Wohlleben on his mission to enhance our understanding of the intelligent fabric of our forests.
Our warming planets threatens life on every continent. Seven scientists present seven vulnerable species that need more appreciation and protection as the world changes.
Join us for some green entertainment with the return of our Festival Family Quiz!
The Great Exhibition Road Festival's celebration of our planet continues with this chamber concert reflecting the environment we live in.