A Complicité Production / Fehinti Balogun in conversation with Dwayne Coulthard
Climate Crisis and the Arts / West Stage
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Fehinti Balogun in conversation with Dwayne Coulthard around the Complicité production of filmed performance ofCan I Live?, Fehiniti'spersonal journey into climate activism. Using spoken word, rap, theatre, animation and scientific facts, this energising and uplifting film is an exploration of the place where the climate emergency meets social justice, and a call-to-action to anyone who is curious about what we can do to help.
Dwayne Coulthard is a proud Adnyamathanha and Kokatha man from South Australia who recently completed his Bachelor of Laws. Dwayne has been involved in the fight to protect Adnyamathanha country from the threat of underground coal gasification at Leigh Creek coalfield in SA.
Fehinti Balogun is an actor, theatre-maker, and activist. As an actor he has worked in theatre, film and television, with recent performances in BBC’s award-winning drama I May Destroy You, ITV’s Viewpoint and the original West End production of Walden. Other projects include The Blue Door at Bath Theatre Royal; BBC Radio 4’s Oliver Twist and the West End production of The Importance of Being Earnest. Alongside his acting career, Fehinti delivers talks on climate change aimed at creating more rounded inclusion in the conversation. With these talks, Fehinti has toured south England discussing climate change, taken part in international climate discussions, discovering and highlighting the wider climate movement and its erased work.