Dates and Times
Tuesday 27th April at 7pm
Featured in CPT Digital, our curated programme of the best new digital work by CPT’s favourite artists. Click here to view the full line-up.
Presented by Pigfoot
It’s 2026, and we’ve found a letter from the last ever polar bear. He’s somehow ended up at the top of Scotland. We’re going to save him.
Join us on a wild polar bear chase, through peat bogs and protests. We might just need your help…
How To Save A Rock is a bike-powered family comedy about how to still have hope.
This show is entirely carbon-neutral. The lighting is powered by solar power and a bike cycled live on stage, production materials are recycled and recyclable, and all sound effects created live, and we offset the digital footprint of streaming & other unavoidable carbon-costs which we have found in the transition from stage to digital.
The performance will be streamed on Youtube. You will be sent a link to access the performance no later than 60 minutes before the performance begins.
Supported by public funding from Arts Council England. A big thanks to Slung Low, Poplar Union, Pound Arts & The Albany for making this happen.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company does not feel the performance contains any content to consider.
The company does not feel the performance contains any health warnings.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing Emma, our General Manager at [email protected]
About the company
Pigfoot are a multi-award-winning carbon-neutral theatre company, dedicated to making collaborative theatre with & for those grappling with the climate and ecological crisis.
Our work ‘practises what it preaches about climate change.’ (Sunday Times) & protests from within an industry which, in London alone, has been shown to have a carbon footprint of 50,000 tonnes a year – equivalent to driving a car 1.5 million times around the M25.