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Notice: ‘Breeding Grounds’ At The Quaker House, Saturday, October 29 At 7:30pm

Published on: 21 Oct, 2022
Updated on: 21 Oct, 2022

Breeding Grounds is an hour-long play by the Journeymen Theatre exploring the human response to sustainability, world population and the moral dilemmas that are now facing each and every one of us in our daily lives.

Breeding Grounds at The Quaker House in Guildford.

Stewart and Ingrid have been together a long time but the fault lines in their relationship are getting ever more fragile.

Ingrid sees life through the focus of her work as an agency carer and climate change activist, whilst Stewart is a back bench MP. His perspectives are based on political pragmatism, hers on a sense of urgency and the belief that change must begin with each individual.

Breeding Grounds.

The play will be followed by discussion of the issues raised.

Saturday, October 29 at 7.30pm in the Quaker Meeting House, Ward Street, Guildford.

No booking, free admission, donations to charity.  All welcome.

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