Extinction Rebellion Exeter is hosting its first climate-themed open mic night at Exeter Climate Action Hub on Saturday 11 March.
Performances will include poetry, music and readings as well as a sustainable farming report.
The event is taking place during the Extinction Rebellion 100 days campaign which began last month.
The campaign is focussed on a gathering of 100,000 people in Parliament Square on 21 April – an event Extinction Rebellion is describing as “The Big One”.
Exeter Climate Action Hub opened in November last year in a vacant Princesshay retail unit in Bedford Street to offer events, film screenings and drop-in climate crisis information, advice and support.
It is open from 10am-4pm most days and also provides meeting space for local environmental and social justice groups.
The Culture for Climate open mic night is at 7pm on Saturday 11 March at Exeter Climate Action Hub in Bedford Street.
Entry costs £3. Proceeds will be shared between Extinction Rebellion and Exeter Climate Action Hub.
Prospective performers can sign up for a slot by contacting Arthur Clifton on [email protected] before Sunday 5 March.