The play explores mankinds greatest challenges, and the very real consequences if we fail to overcome them.
In the year 2050, man-made climate catastrophe and pollution has destroyed planet Earth. In a last attempt to change history, a scientist-turned-poet attempts to send a message back to 2020 to share the stories of climate change and pollution which humans ignored, warning them that inaction will lead to extinction.

There Is No Planet B gives an unorthodox account to the challenges for today’s environmental activism.

With a fusion of spoken word, docu-theatre & dance, the play explores the mankinds greatest challenges, and the very real consequences if we fail to overcome them.

Each performance will be followed by a post-play panel discussions featuring local & international renown climate activists, scientists and organisations.

Ages 12+

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Free Carer/Companion Tickets:

Because our goal at Theatre Deli is to make our events accessible to everyone, we welcome carers/companions to attend our shows free of charge. If you're accompanying someone who requires essential assistance, simply select a free Carer/Companion ticket to reserve a free ticket. If you have any further queries please email [email protected] or call on 0114 278 6500.

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About the Company:

Sheffield born and raised Hassun El-Zafar is an award winning science communicator, producer and arts director whose directorial credits include Sheffield Black History Month (2015-17), What Is This Thing Called Science? (Adsetts Theatre, 2019), Insectology (Forge Valley Theatre, 2019) and My Name is Rachel Corrie (Theatre Delicatessen, 2019). He is motivated to create art which expands audiences’ knowledge on global phenomena and events which stimulate curiosity and social action.

More information at www.hassunelzafar.com