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4 Tales to Save the World Part 1 - The Void by Bethan Dear

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Brand new storytelling with music and live technology, created & performed by musician and storyteller, Gwilym Morus-Baird

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A brand new online storytelling event with music and live technology, created & performed by storyteller & musician Gwilym Morus-Baird.

You only need to buy one ticket per screen, but multiple people can watch on the same screen.

Moving, exciting and affecting - making space to talk about climate change.

We've created four finely crafted, individual online events taking place every month from September – December 2020, which you can enjoy on their own or any number as part of the whole series. The first part is: The Void by Bethan Dear

"Hope carried her. It urged her on. Time and time again, she returned to it. There is always hope. Even in the darkest darkness. There is always light to be found."

Each event will feature a live storytelling and music performance from Gwilym, plus a short film about the author alongside a conversation relating to climate change, plus a Q&A between Gwilym, the author and the audience.

4 Tales to Save the World is a striking online event, transporting us all into the future, thanks to original new writing by four of Wales’ best short story writers – Kate Hamer, Joao Morais, Mary-Ann Constantine and Bethan Dear, all imagining Wales after climate change.

Each of the four tales are set in four different futures, where climate crisis, inequality, mass extinction, identity politics, genetics and artificial intelligence have all left their mark on humanity.

Each takes us on a different journey to the future, either finding hope, despair, or the simple humanity of people.

We look forward to welcoming you to 4 Tales to Save the World Part 1 - The Void.

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