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Thursday, 12 March 2020

Theatre | Like There's No Tomorrow - Belgrade Theatre Review

Like There's No Tomorrow

About time there was a production showing how the world is blind to climate change! I felt very strongly about this performance, as Climate Change, changing your lifestyle, daily habits to improve the environment and help the planet restore to what it once was or better is something every single human being should strive for, not only for ourselves, but for the children of today, and the children of the future. The performance was very powerful and I completely understood every aspect of detail throughout the whole performance.  This truly is a show that people who are blind especially to climate change and don't quite understand vegans and why we act on all of this. It's a real eye opener of what we should be doing for the planet.


Like There's No Tomorrow

I wouldn't normally go too much into detail about shows as I want you to see them for yourself, but this performance dives into every problem that is wrong with society today. Politicians acting like they care about the environment, when all they do care about is the profit they make off of the land they destroy to create new factories, okay this gives people work, but this is destroying Greenlands for nature, places for children to play in, people to have a nice walk in the countryside, these sort of plans are destroying the true nature of the planet for things the world doesn't need to be saturated with. As you can tell, I have such a strong opinion on things like this with recycling, going vegan, basically just trying to save the planet. But the problem with society, which is displayed very well in Like There's No Tomorrow performance, is that we walk away from the problems we are faced as we think it's easier to walk away than to fix the problem, so we simply carry on with life and ignore the problems we are faced with. But the point is, as presented in this show, is that there will come to a point where we simply cannot walk away from a problem like climate change anymore. We MUST change for ourselves and our children's future.

Like There's No Tomorrow

Like There's No Tomorrow showcased how pollution can affect our lungs also, with the main character Maru, played by the brilliant Oluwasemilore Kaji-Hausa, having asthma is one thing that can be caused by the pollution in the air making it worse. She explains how she just wants to breathe, and when you think about it, the amount of fumes we are inhaling in our cities, if only we could see this and truly open our eyes to this issue. It's like the coronavirus in China has helped the pollution problem. I'm not saying the coronavirus is a good thing, but if it weren't for that, China would still be polluted massively!

Like There's No Tomorrow

Recycling, all the rubbish we create and do not reuse. We dump it into land fill which is terrible for our environment, but it doesn't have to be this way. Get 2 bins in your household, work place or wherever you are. Section it to recycling and compostable products. Even create a vegetable patch in your back garden and have a compost bin so you can reuse the waste to grow more vegetables, it's much better than it going to land fill and creating unnecessary gases that add to the air pollution. These small changes can really help.

Like There's No Tomorrow

Going Vegan is nothing to be ashamed of no matter what others think, Maru's character was showcasing this brilliantly how she was trying to educate her family on this. Even doing Meat-Free Monday's is a start! All the problems with the world was included in this one hour and 15 minute performance, and my goodness was it SO powerful. I really do hope this performance is showcased to as many people as possible as this really does need to be spread around the globe for people to listen, learn from and act against the problems with the world and come together and fix it, as we are all humans and this is our home planet that we live on and love, as let's be honest, we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for our planet Earth.

Like There's No Tomorrow
Like There's No Tomorrow
Like There's No Tomorrow

If your going to see any show this week, please, please make sure you go and see this one. You might  just learn a few things that you didn't know were happening in the world today. The whole cast were AMAZING. They also are trying to showcase this message as much as possible, so even donating at the end a few coins, as I did and many others at the end of the show, this could help this group of amazing people make a difference in the world and get the climate change problem heard.

Like There's No Tomorrow is playing at the Belgrade Theatre until Saturday 14th March. 


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*I was kindly invited to this performance as press, but all opinions are my own, open and honest. For more information please refer to my disclaimer.*

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