Straight from its successful showing at the Museum of London, an exhibition of arresting images depicting how London may look if we do not take action against the threat of climate change. Created by artists Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones, the project is based upon a series of 16 views of London which are transformed from the familiar to the startling, using the visual language of climate change to create provocative images.

Each pristine image is defined by an astonishing degree of clarity and definition. Postcards from the Future at the National Theatre sets out to create illusory spaces in which people can explore the issues of a changed world and not reject them as ‘stuff that happens to other people’.

Monday 14 March – Sunday 8 May 2011
Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 11.00pm, Sunday 12pm – 6pm

National Theatre
South Bank
London SE1 9PX
Information: 020 7452 3400
Nearest tube: Waterloo

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Didier Madoc-Jones, National Theatre, Postcards from the Future, Robert Graves,