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Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, Deyemi Okanlawon to star in audio drama on climate change

Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, Deyemi Okanlawon to star in audio drama on climate change
May 10
07:51 2023

Deyemi Okanlawon, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Omoye Uzamere are set to feature in a climate change audio drama by Sunny Drake Productions.

In a statement on Tuesday, Sunny Drake Productions said the project is in partnership with Why Not Theatre, Canada.

The theatrical podcast — titled ‘Climate Change and Other Small Talk’ — will address the impact of climate change on the world.

The production, which launched on Earth Day, hopes to ignite audience interest in climate change.


“The theatrical podcast addresses the pressing global issue of climate change in collaboration with a Nigeria-based production company and eight others worldwide, including production companies in Canada, Australia, India, Mauritius and more, each producing an audio drama addressing climate change from a local perspective and proffering a local solution,” the statement reads.

“Climate change is one of the most critical challenges of our time, with severe impacts on our environment, communities, and economies. It has become imperative that the conversation about the effects is discussed continuously.

“The theatrical podcast is guaranteed to ignite the inner climate warrior in audiences while offering global perspectives on the climate crisis. The podcast’s first episode launched on Earth Day, and subsequent episodes released weekly to listeners, the podcast aims to impact the environment and build a more sustainable future positively.”


Omoye Uzamere, founder of Thespian Muse Production Company, said the initiative will help in creating a more sustainable world for current and future generations.

“We are excited about this new climate change podcast and look forward to significantly impacting the fight against climate change. We can create a better and more sustainable world for current and future generations,” she said.

“We are dedicated to collaborating with stakeholders, including governments, businesses, NGOs, and local communities, to drive meaningful change and promote sustainable solutions. This is the power of the arts.”


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