“Rage, But Hope is a fascinating ‘lean-in’ performance that is completely compelling to watch. This is theatre at its finest, encouraging individual thought, sparking collective discussion and hopefully inspiring real change.”
Rage, But Hope explores the effects of the climate crisis on ordinary lives across the UK. Filled with satirical humour, the play both celebrates and critiques the Extinction Rebellion movement, giving voice to a wealth of characters divided by the protests, but united by their search for hope in the darkness. Whilst the debate surrounding our future rages on, eight people from all walks of life offer their perspectives, provoking thought and conversation in place of apathy and conflict. A state-of-the-nation comedy drama offering tenderness, hope and human solidarity.