245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, NSW, 2015, Australia
19th January 2018 to 22nd January 2018
Did you know that the amniotic fluid that surrounds a baby in the womb is a chemical replica of an ancient sea? That every second breath you take comes courtesy of sea-dwelling plankton? Award-winning science journalist and author Alanna Mitchell brings to the stage her bestselling book on the challenges facing the oceans, in a powerful one-woman performance. Renowned for her investigative reporting on science and social trends, Mitchell blends fact, humour and personal anecdotes to explain where the oceans are at, how they got that way, and what people need to do to save them. Join her for this thought-provoking, sometimes frightening, but ultimately hopeful journey 3000 feet beneath the sea.