Wednesday, 19 November 2008, 12:00AM

SeaChange: Reversing the Tide

Lisa Harrow, Dr Roger Payne

The highly-acclaimed lecture/performance combines the knowledge of science and the wisdom of poetry. Between them actress Lisa Harrow and Roger Payne have numerous honours, fellowships, lifetime awards and even a knighthood.

Written and performed by Payne and Harrow, and including the poetry of Shakespeare, Shelley, Robert Frost and others, SeaChange offers an exposé of the consequences of humanity's current indifference to natural laws and urges us to make sustainable living our primary goal.

Financial support for this event was provided courtesy of the International Fund for Animal Welfare and Z/Yen Group.     

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19 November 2008

SeaChange: Reversing the Tide
Lisa Harrow
Dr Roger Payne

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