To set the scene:
DELUGE Premiere performance of a new play by Jacquie Penrose
It’s raining. Hard. Very hard, and the Met Office has just raised the warning level to Red. Five mismatched people are sheltering upstairs as they have been advised to do, but they cannot agree about how serious this is. It’s just rain, isn’t it? Or is it more evidence of the climate crisis? Or isn’t all the personal stuff way more important?
Wednesday 14 – Saturday 17 September 2022 at 7.30pm
Matinee on Saturday 17 September 2022 at 2.30pm
Display of children’s art at the Meridian Centre, Havant and the Public Services Plaza
Displays in local libraries
Green Week shop in the Meridian Centre with sessions including Energy Advice from Guinness
Sat 24/9 Eco Fairs in Havant Park (10-4) and the Pallant Centre (10-2)
Sat 24/9 11am and 2.30 Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish Spring Arts Centre
From Roustabout Theatre comes a new stage adaptation of Michael Foreman’s environmental tale. A retelling of the well-known story with Roustabout silliness, dancing dinosaurs and fuelled by rock’n’roll. As well as delivering an important environmental message to its young audiences, this exciting and vibrant musical show will have you tapping your toes from start to finish! For children from age 3 and their families.
Sun 25th Sept. AND Fri. 30th Sept. Beginners / Intermediate bird identification walk, Hayling Billy Trail from Havant Station Car Park to Langstone and back, 10am – 12.30pm
Tuesday 27th Green Week Fairtrade, Zero Waste Coffee morning, St Faith’s Church Havant 10.30 to 12.00
Litter pickers from Guinness will attend Havant High Towers on the 27th September (29th alternative date)
Tues 27th Sept. 7pm – 8.30pm Talk: Rewilding in Britain by Martin Hampton
Wednesday 28 September, Film: Escape from Extinction at the Spring Arts Centre 1.45pm & 7.30pm Escape from Extinction
Wed 28th 10-1 Coffee morning and plant swap at Bedhampton Community Centre
Thurs 29th 6 pm Sustainable Fashion Show HSDC Havant Campus. Students will be modelling clothes and accessories they have created from upcycled materials plus outfits adapted from FatFace donations. Tickets on Eventbrite in September.
Thurs 29th Sept. 7pm – 8.30pm Talk: Gardening for wildlife by Martin Hampton
Fri. 30th Sept. Beginners / Intermediate bird identification walk, Hayling Billy Trail from Havant Station Car Park to Langstone and back, 10am – 12.30pm
Sat 24th or Sun 25th Sept – Nature Walk for Adults with an Ecologist Berewood
Sat 1st or Sun 2nd Oct – Wildlife Trust family activity at Newlands Community hall (option of being indoors if the weather is rubbish again!) Berewood.
Sat 1st Repair Café Pallant Centre