Take a Euston Wellbeing Walk to the theatre

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Organised stroll is the culmination of a fortnight of plays, talks and events around climate change


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Join the guided tour along Euston’s Wellbeing Walk. Photo: Joe Twigg
Shoot the Breeze is the name of current mini-festival taking place at Camden People’s Theatre. It includes new production Fog Everywhere, a collaboration between young Londoners and the Lung Biology Group at King’s College, exploring the consequences of air pollution, and Floods, a piece on women’s attitudes towards reproduction in our overpopulated world.

Running until Saturday, some of Britain’s most exciting theatre artists delve into eco-anxiety and look at how we might save our beleaguered world via the plays and a series of talks, walks and workshops on air quality.

Saturday afternoon sees a panel discussion with Ama Josephine Judge, Green Assembly member Sian Berry, Alice Sharp Director of Invisible Dust and Dr Ian Mudway, air pollution researcher at Kings College.

The issue directly effects the lives of all who live and work in Euston, so why not fully immerse yourself in some of the solutions on a guided tour of the acclaimed Wellbeing Walk, the pollution-dodging pedestrian route between the area’s mainline stations?

As well as discussion on climate and local history, you’ll also learn about plans for original art interventions to appear in future along this route.

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The walk meets at 6pm outside the Francis Crick Institute. It’s free to attend, but tickets for the earlier panel discussion, the final show of Fog Everywhere in the evening, or other performances that run all this week, can be bought separately. Tickets and walk info. Look out for the double bill offer of two shows for £16.

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