Fukushima - Ecological Dramatisation

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Monday 27th June 2022

£12 Adult
£10 Senior

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Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable point in the performance

 

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11th March 2011.  2.46 pm.  The Great Sendai Earthquake strikes Japan, triggering the second worst nuclear accident in history.  Drawn from eyewitness accounts, this powerful play examines the events surrounding the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, illuminating differing perspectives of those inside the plant or in the vicinity at the time.  These are the stories of the people, the Fukushima 50, their families, the people who lived in Fukushima, and the visiting foreign technicians who escaped in time.  It is the story of the ecological aftermath and worldwide consequences as radio-active debris washes up on distant shores.