Without a doubt, climate change is a real problem in our society and issues like population control are something that needs to be addressed. This poses an interesting question as to what it means for our future.
Post Dining’s Eating Tomorrow explores what our food, customs and behaviours might be like in the next 50 years. The interactive set is divided into four rooms and addresses Growth, Restraint, Catastrophe and Transformation. Characters engage with audience to explain the situation they find themselves in. Each room within the show tells a story and incorporates sensory experiences such as sight, sound, taste, touch and smell.
The interesting storylines and successful incorporation of the senses will allow audiences to make up their own minds on our future will hold.
Eating Tomorrow is on until February 28th and bookings can be made here.
WHERE: WEA Learning Centre, 223 Angas St, Adelaide