A new show about climate change, made by kids, for grown-ups.

We were so pleased to have the opportunity to ‘Climate Change Catastrophe!’ at COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.

This new show will give you inspiring perspectives on one of the biggest challenges of our time – climate change. It’s all about what children think about climate change – their hopes, fears and ideas for the future.

Cap-a-Pie theatre company worked with hundreds of children from across the North of England as well as scientists and engineers at Newcastle University to make Climate Change Catastrophe!

Everything you see in the show is directly inspired by the young people who helped to create it.

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Creative activities for families

We’ve put together these short, fun activities for families to take part in alongside watching the show. We’d love to see what you create. Tag us on social media @capapiecreative on Facebook & Twitter.


Lesson Plan Resources for Key Stage 2

Download lesson plans with fun, creative activities for Key Stage 2 learners. We’ve included everything teachers need deliver these activities including plans, slides and films.

Please note: We’ve made these plans and resources available exclusively for teachers to deliver activity with their own class of students. If you would like to use these resources in any other way please get in touch with us.


Winner of the Green Gown Award for Benefiting Society 


The Team

Performed by
Hannah Goudie-Hunter
Liam Scarth

Guest Rap by
Kema Kay

Directed by
Brad McCormick

Music by
Katie Doherty

Set & Costume Design by
Verity Quinn

Lighting Design by
Dan Saggars

Production & Stage Management by
Rachel Glover

Filming by
Lindsay Duncanson
Dan Wallder

Sound Recording & Film Edit by
Marek Gabrysch

Produced by
Katy Vanden

School Engagement Liaison
Ree Collins

Consulting on school resources
Rebecca Reay

PR & Comms by
Helen Fussell

Marketing Design by
Andy Thompson

Evaluation by
Ulrike Thomas

Devised by the company in collaboration with primary school students and Dr Ali Ford and team at Newcastle University


Thanks to

Alphabetti Theatre, Northern Stage 
and Star & Shadow


Thanks to our Funders

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