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Riding Lights Theatre Company is looking for cathedrals, churches and other venues to host their new show for autumn, BAKED ALASKA.
Touring to churches across the UK from September 17th to November 22nd, BAKED ALASKA brings stories of the wild and unpredictable effects of climate change from the four corners of the earth.
We are all in this together - parents, children, scientists, oil magnates, farmers, politicians, journalists - everyone - all hoping that the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change will serve up a recipe for hope and improvement.
The show is presented by a solidarity of organisations, including Christian Aid, Operation Noah and the Diocese of Litchfield, committed to raising a Christian voice in the call to worldwide action. Love for God the Creator and all he has made for us to enjoy, goes hand in hand with love for our neighbours everywhere on this beautiful planet.
In the high-energy, 'seriously funny' and thought provoking style for which Riding Lights is well known, BAKED ALASKA is something we can all look forward to - unless we do something about it.
If you think a church in your area would be interested in hosting this inspiring piece of theatre then please contact Caitlin at Riding Lights Theatre Company on 01904 655317 or email email@example.com
The tour will be in Scotland Tuesday November 17 - Sunday November 22nd. (There may be some flexibility if these dates are not suitable.)
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