Commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council in partnership with the Natural History Museum, How We Save The World is presented as part of the Museum’s Lates event on 30th November.

Photo by Thomas Scott on Unsplash

Photo by Thomas Scott on Unsplash

How We Save The World – Performance
Location: Flett Auditorium

What if you had the power to save the world? Join us on a compelling adventure to visit various moments in our past and make decisions about how to save the world from the effects of climate change. Created in collaboration with NERC-funded scientists and the Museum.

Three performances will take place through the evening at 6.30pm, 7.30pm and 8.30pm. Places are limited, so make sure you book to be sure of getting a space.

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Alongside the performances, Coney have created three pop-up games which you can play around the museum from 6pm – 9.30pm:

The Stake
: Wonder Bay, Hinze Hall
Take a journey away from the hustle and in the presence of Luke Jerram’s Earth sculpture. This contemplative game is about what’s at stake for our precious world, now and in the future. Made by Coney, this is a five-minute experience designed for one – just turn up with your smartphone.

Let’s Talk About Climate Change
Location: Café/bar behind the Hinze Hall
Ever killed the mood of a party by broaching the topic of climate change? Overwhelmed by the carbon footprint of your shopping trolley? Flights to family events, weddings and holidays? Coney invite you and your friends to play Let’s Talk About Climate Change. Grab a drink and bring your best tactics.

The Fives
Café/bar West
In teams, compete against each other to make the best decision for you, your family, your community and your world. You are invited by Coney to play an entertaining decision-making game, with chocolates to be won…




Really impressed by @agencyofconey immersive theatre on #howwesavetheworld in the @nationalhistorymuseum using time travel interventions to change climate. Late night museum entertainment at it’s best!

Audience member

I absolutely loved Let’s Talk About Climate Change, so great because it was such a good way to get people talking about the chaos we have caused and also hear different peoples opinions on it.

Audience member




Friday 30th November 2018

Natural History Museum

Performances in the Flett Auditorium

The Stake: Wonder Bay, Hinze Hall, 6-9.30pm

Let's Talk About Climate Change: Café/bar behind the Hinze Hall, 6-9.30pm

The Fives: Café/bar West, 6-9.30pm


A project by Coney
Producer Natalie Adams
Projects Producer Ellie Browning
Screen Designer & Programmer 
Gareth Damian Martin
Co-Writer & Game Designer
David Finnigan
Voiceover artist for The Stake Haley McGee
Sound Designer 
Kieran Lucas
Michelle McMahon
Co-Writer & Co-Director Tassos Stevens
Performers Richard Popple & Naomi Stafford
Gemma Brockis, Michael Cusick, Emma Frankland, Dominic Garfield, Stephanie de Whalley & Segen Yosef