Do you remember when we used to swim in the ocean?
Do you remember when we could still look past all this?
Do you believe in change?

AN ACT TO CHANGE THE WORLD is a performance and a film by Junction 25 exploring the effects of plastic pollution, our collective responsibility and how we relate to our environment.

This performance took place on Buchanan Street between 4pm and 6pm on Wednesday the 13th of March, two days before a Global School Strike.  The film was then presented as part of Take Me Somewhere Festival at Tramway in May 2019Do you believe in change? Will you take action? Share your stance through #act2change

We spent six weeks on a creative devising process that began with us
asking ourselves what it is we want to change in the world today.

This is our response,
our collective action,
our stance.

We asked for future advice, whether or not people have got two minutes to spare, what they will miss in 50 years time and if you believe in change.

Devised and Performed by: Rory Cameron, Rory Doherty, Caitlin Fullwood, Raedie Gaizley Gardiner, Lyla Gaizley Gardiner Dexter McCall, Elisabeth Nelson, Lola Pryde Belshaw, Ivan Wainwright, Holly McCartney, Nina Williams and Jess Wood

Produced by: Glas(s) Performance and Tramway
Devised and Directed by: Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir and Rosie Reid.
Cinematography: Kevin Walls
Composition: Zac Scott
Company Management: Louise Allan