Teaming up with climate justice charity "Possible", Ben and Jerry's are bringing a fun-filled night of climate activism to Glasgow.
In the run-up to the hosting of UN climate summit, COP26, in Glasgow, Ben and Jerry's have teamed up with climate crisis charity "Possible" to put on a night at St Luke's to celebrate climate action. "The Big Green Cabaret" is on tour this week and will host events in Liverpool and Cardiff before finishing in Glasgow on 23 September.
Kayza Rose - creator, activist, and changemaker - will be hosting "The Big Green Cabaret", which is set to consist of music, drag, comedy and poetry all inspired by the climate crisis with the dual aim of both energising and entertaining. The event is available to those over the age of 18, due to its content.
The climate crisis charity "Possible" is running the event with Ben and Jerry's; their vision is to see a zero-carbon society "built by and for the people of the UK". Central to their activism is inspiring people to join the movement, and the values of Ben and Jerry's align with theirs, as they pledge to make the “best possible ice cream, in the nicest possible way”, with a history of using business as a force for good. The company has supported movements for "climate justice, social change and democracy across Europe" in recent years.
Organisers emphasise: “Whether you’re a climate newbie or a seasoned activist, our artists will have guests jumping for joyful justice and raising their spoons for climate action!”
To get your tickets for the Glasgow show, click here.
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