Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis (2 tickets per household) and are priced
to cover costs of cinema hire
and related equipment. No profit is anticipated.
Any remaining pennies will be used
for local information dissemination about incineration and waste. NB Your PayPal receipt is your ticket!
County Councillors and MP candidates are invited to attend for free on the basis that their duty to the public
interest will be usefully informed by the content of the film and ensuing discussion. Remaining tickets not taken up
in this way will be offered to the public in the week beginning 27th of April.
The discussion after the film will be hosted by barrister and earth lawyer Polly Higgins,
a local resident and herself a high profile public figure who has spent the last 5 years
championing the inclusion of a Law of Ecocide into the Rome Statute (the international
law dealing with genocide, war crimes etc).
All those buying tickets before Friday 24th April will be entered into a draw. The lucky winner (or pair) will
join Jeremy and Polly for an early supper before the screening - details will be sent to you by
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