A filmed performance produced by Complicité in association with The Barbican, London, supported by Oxford Playhouse
Director Daniel Bailey
Co-Director Simon McBurney
Join Fehinti Balogun on a journey into the world of environmental activism, as he tells the story of how, as a young Black British man, his path has been forever changed by what he’s learnt about our planet. Using original hip-hop and spoken word, Can I Live? is an energising and uplifting exploration of the place where the climate emergency and social justice meet, and a call-to-arms to anyone curious about what we can do to help.
“I’m going to explain what climate emergency means to us practically – right now – from the perspective of a young Black man living in London. I want us to feel seen. To me it is resistance. It is activism.”
A filmed performance by the world-renowned theatre company, Complicité. Created through Complicité’s Developed With programme; supporting the next generation of theatre makers.
- Digital Stream
Pay What You Decide £1-150
Contain some flashing images, some strong language, explores themes of racism, classism and describes some violence.
“a company who are incapable of remaining within known theatrical boundaries”
“the most influential and consistently interesting theatre company working in Britain”
“Fehinti Balogun delivers a performance of such warmth and kindness that he wins the arguments just by his presence.”
What’s On Stage on Walden
Can I Live? – Online Stream
Tickets for this digital show are available through the external website TicketCo. If you have any technical issues please head to their FAQ page as a first step. If you are still having issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll respond promptly.
How to join the stream – Your confirmation email will contain your link to watch the show, and a ‘How it Works’ section to help you set up your stream.
If you have any issues locating your confirmation email, try searching for an email from ‘TicketCo AS’ with ‘ref number’ in the subject line.
You will have 48 hours to watch from the moment you click play on the film.
Join the conversation – To join the conversation on social media use #CanILiveShow. Post-film conversations will be held online after Thursday performances.