When: Monday 17th February, 7:30pm-8:00pm
Where: Sir John’s Bar, Monash Clayton Campus
**This is a ticketed event. Public and delegates welcome. Tickets available for separate purchase soon.**
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.
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?’
Warning: Contains moderate coarse language, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction
This is the performance that accompanies the formal session on Sustainable StandUp, Cultivating laughter to save humanity
Tejopala Rawls, Sustainable Standup Comedian and Teacher