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Killing the Planet is Against My Religion

BY Tejopala Rawls | 25-Aug-2019
A Bishop, a nun, a Rabbi, an ordained Buddhist and a Uniting Church Minister walk into the office of Josh Frydenberg to talk about the Adani coal mine. This is the true story of the life of New Zealander Tejopala Rawls - climate activist, ordained Buddhist and stand-up comedian.
Venue: Vault 11, Crowded in the Vaults
Address: Federation Wharf, Melbourne 3000
Date: September 23 to 29 (excluding September 28)
Time: 8:20pm to 9:10pm
Ticket: Full: $24.00 Concession: $22.00 Group 6+: $20.00
Buy / Ticket: https://melbournefringe.com.au/event/killing-the-planet-is-against-my-religion/
Web: https://melbournefringe.com.au/event/killing-the-planet-is-against-my-religion/
Killing the Planet is Against My Religion
Max Milne Photography
The show asks such universal questions as 'Can you attain Enlightenment by working flat out as a climate activist?', 'Can you save the world via stand-up comedy?' and 'Why the hell do I live in Australia when my Prime Minister is Jacinda Ardern?'