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We’ve been making theatre in the UK for a few years now, but we’re new residents in Sheffield, and it’s important to us to get involved in publicly challenging these extremely troubling environmental and social concerns. This issue isn’t just about Sheffield’s street trees. About the £2.2 Billion Pounds. About the lies and obstruction and dangerous suppression of dissent. It’s the same at our sister-site in Australia. It’s the same across the West. Public spaces, assets and people are being plundered and public coffers are being opened up to private enterprises with very little transparency, oversight, or public consultation.


Doppelgangster have worked with this talented group of young Sheffield-based artists to make the work you’re seeing today. We’re using an in-ear audio technique that allows us to change the show every night with a precision of microseconds, and giving us the ability to respond to public events and cultural change as it happens.

Program (A)

SEASON FOR CHANGE is a UK-wide cultural programme inspiring urgent and inclusive action on climate change. Season for Change is led by Artsadmin and Julie’s Bicycle, delivered in collaboration with partners nationwide and supported by Arts Council England and Paul Hamlyn Foundation. With support from the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP).

Program (B)

The Woodland Trust's TREE CHARTER DAY celebrated The Charter for Woods, Trees and People. This document celebrates the 800th anniversary of The Charter of the Forest, which was set up to complement clauses in the Magna Carta and referenced the forests of the land, and re-established the rights of the people using them, for grazing livestock, collecting firewood and food.