Recently, I had a stab at stand-up!
Below, you’ll find a summary of why I did it and how it went, republished from the ClimateCultures site.
ClimateCultures is a network of over 200 artists, curators and researchers ‘bringing creative responses to our ecological and climate crises’.
With permission from Mark Goldthorpe (aka the human engine of ClimateCultures) I’m sharing that entry here.
Sustainable Stand Up – Tackling Climate Change with Humour
With her improv background and a course from the Sustainable Stand Up initiative, writer and editor Sally Moss created an online comedy routine with insights for how we can communicate climate change with humour and compassion.
“Even something as passive as watching TV can use loads of electricity … When I bought a TV, I made sure I bought the smallest one I could get. I feel really virtuous, but my film nights are screwed. Never mind Jaws, even Titanic needs a bigger boat…”(more…)