Seymour Centre presents

2071: A Performance About Climate Change Video Resource

By Duncan Macmillan and Chris Rapley


FREE online video of performance of 2071: A Performance About Climate Change plus resource information for all schools. A must for Science, Geography or Engineering students studying Climate Change.


In May 2017 Seymour Centre presented the Australian premiere of 2071, a lecture-style performance created by one of the world’s foremost climate change scientists, professor Chris Rapley (UK) and playwright Duncan Macmillan.


In 2071, Rapley presents the detailed science behind our changing climate, tracking temperature change since the dawn of mankind and explaining how the Earth’s component systems are now out of balance. This beautiful production combines amazing 3D projections and an original music score with performances from John Gaden as Chris Rapley and young actors from the Australian Theatre for Young people.


2071 asks us to imagine what sort of world we want to live in. What kind of future do we want to create?


Video of full production (70 mins) and teacher resources are available free to all schools.


Suitable for Stages 5 – 6 HSC


Please contact Carolyn White at the Seymour to receive access to the video and the teacher pack: