Case Studies – Sustainable Productions

The cultural sector has a unique ability to imagine and experiment with alternative futures, question the status quo, see the world differently and explore the future with audiences and participants. Without the cultural sector playing its part in helping current and future society to move towards a more sustainable way of life, this essential shift will not happen.”

Creative Carbon Scotland, 2020

We’re always keen to include new case studies of Sustainable Productions. For anyone who wants a format to copy, look at Tinderbox Theatre’s report on their show Sylvan

Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Nottingham Playhouse, July 2023

River Land, Theatre Alibi, July 2022

Headlong – Comparing three mid-scale touring co-productions.

Trash Theatre: Lebanon

Royal Opera House and Rusalka 2023

Told by an Idiot: Birmingham Repertory Theatre, 2022

Sustainable theatre production: case studies – via Arts Professional

ThisEgg: Me & My Bee – February 2023

Museums and galleries recorded seminar presentation – April 2023

Trail Sharing: Equipment Sharing in Nordic Countries

Theatre Green Book introductory seminar Tokyo, 29 September 2022

The Rhythmics – Metta Theatre, 2022

Donmar Warehouse : Climate Conversations

Good, Harold Pinter Theatre, 2022

As you Like it, for Grosvenor Park Outdoor Theatre, Chester, 2016

The Book of Will, Sandra Goldmark

On Bear Ridge, National Theatre Wales

Storyhouse, Chester, Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Jessica Curtis

Sylvan, Tinderbox Theatre Company, 2021

Maad’ookii Songlines, Triga Creative

Ecoscenography, interview with Marie Renee Bourget Harvey

Peter and the Starcatcher, Donyale Werle

Ecoscenography, interview with Noemie Avidar

Ecoscenography, interview with Imogen Ross

The Scavenger’s Daughter, Triga Creative

Vox:lumen, Ian Garrett, Harbourfront Centre Theatre

Ecoscenography, interview with Silje Sandodden Kise