FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 - SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10
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Saturday November 10

ENVIRONMENT WEEKEND

10am
Max Eastley and David Buckland: Burning Ice
The Metropole Galleries

Exhibition: 10am-4pm - Free Event

Sound sculptor Max Eastley and photographer David Buckland transform The Metropole Galleries with their artworks developed in response to their visit to the Arctic.

11am
An Inconvenient Truth:
Folkestone Academy Price: £5 Concession: £4 buy tickets for this event

Film (94mins)

2006 Sundance Film Festival hit, An Inconvenient Truth offers a passionate and inspirational look at Al Gore�s fervent crusade to halt global warming�s deadly progress in its tracks by exposing the myths and misconceptions that surround it.

1pm
Geoff Meaden: The Charm Atlas
Folkestone Academy Price: £5 Concession: £4 buy tickets for this event

Geoff Meaden, Principal Lecturer in Geographical and Life Science at Canterbury Christ Church University, will talk about CHARM - Channel Habitat Atlas Resource Management - a four year project leading to the creation of a web-based interactive atlas of the Channel marine environment.

2:30pm
Martin Empson with Kate Evans and Stephen Scoffham: From Trading to Offsetting - can we live carbon neutral lives?
Folkestone Academy Price: £5 Concession: £4 buy tickets for this event

Envrionmental activist and writer, Martin Empson looks at the market mechanisms and individual solutions we are told will help us prevent climate change, and assesses whether these are likely to bring about the urgent change we need to save the planet.

4pm
Kate Evans: Funny Weather: Everything You Didn�t Want to Know About Climate Change But Probably Should Find Out...
Folkestone Academy Price: £5 Concession: £4 buy tickets for this event

From one of Britain�s most talented young comic artists, here is a scathingly humorous, and thoroughly researched, exploration of climate change through the eyes of a stroppy teenage girl, a fat cat businessman and a mad scientist.

6pm
DV8 Physical Theatre: The Cost of Living
Folkestone Academy Price: £3 Concession: £3 buy tickets for this event

Film (35mins)

Adapted from the 2003 stage production, The Cost of Living looks at prejudice and preconceptions. Set at the seaside; enjoy the exhilarating physicality of the performers in this unconventional and multi-award winning film.

7:30pm
Tony Benn: More Time for Politics SOLD OUT
Folkestone Academy

THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT

When Tony Benn left Parliament after 51 years he quoted his wife Caroline�s remark that now he would have �more time for politics�. And so this has proved: he has helped reinvigorate national debate, passionately bringing moral and political issues to wide audiences. And throughout, as ever, he has been keeping his diaries.

8:30pm
Festival Reception:
Folkestone Academy Price: £5 Concession: £4 buy tickets for this event

Join us to toast the end of the Festival along with some of our exceptional guests.

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