Hot in Here celebrates action taking place around the world for climate justice.
A protest. A theatre show. An energy-generating dance party.
Developed from conversations with climate activists across the globe, Hot in Here uses dance, real-life stories, spoken word, and music to share the action taking place internationally against climate injustice, and the UK’s place within it.
The show is powered by the first energy-harvesting dancefloor in live theatre. Like the collective action needed to tackle the climate emergency, the dancefloor converts the collective energy of the performers’ bodies into electricity. Come join the movement. Everyone’s invited.
Made in collaboration with young people taking action at the frontlines of the climate crisis, predominantly in the Global South and nearest the Equator.
Made by Pigfoot, a multi award-winning theatre company telling stories about the climate crisis, with the least carbon impact possible.
Planning your visit? Find out sustainable ways to travel to The North Wall here.
Creative Climate Action Workshop
In conjunction with the show, Pigfoot Theatre are working with local Creative Climate Champion, Xanthe Wells, to run a workshop focusing on impacts and actions most relevant to Oxford on Saturday 15 October 4pm – 5.30pm. Find out more here.
Click here to download the full content information for the show. This document has been created to help you know if you will be affected by any of
the themes in HOT IN HERE and to point out subject matters which might be difficult. Please note – it contains spoilers!
All performances are creatively captioned, with a relaxed environment for audiences.
If for access reasons, you need to do any of the following, at any time, please feel free to:
- Leave & re-enter at any time – there’s no such thing as a latecomer!
- Move around or make noise
- Eat or drink during the show, or bring your own food
- Use your phone (e.g. for magnification)
Download the HOT IN HERE Visual story.
Please get in touch with the venue if you have any questions, or other access needs.