– More than 70 performers take part in day of unsanctioned performances outside RSC venues, culminating in a musical invasion of the theatre foyer and a guerrilla projection – Protest was timed to coincide with the RSC’s own “Mischief Festival” – Rebel “Fossil Free Mischief Festival” featured a “Mischief Mob” of Shakespearean characters, live music, … More Fossil Free Mischief Festival comes to RSC’s doorstep
FOSSIL FREE MISCHIEF FESTIVAL, SATURDAY JUNE 16TH 2018 Grab your hat, don your wig, bring your wickedest smile And come challenge BP in theatrical style Join us in June to exhibit your ire At that loathsome, rank, endless and infinite liar…BP! On Saturday June 16th, activist theatre group BP or not BP? invite you to … More Join us for some serious Mischief against BP on Saturday June 16th!
The Design Museum’s new exhibition features one of our props, so two of our actor-vists went to the launch party and had a close encounter with an infamous trustee. Is the museum merely performing being radical, or is it ready to get serious about its own ethics? “Chance would be a fine thing.” These were … More Mandelson shows we can’t trust the trustees
Eleven-metre floor-to-balcony banner counts the 2,727 oil spills caused by BP’s Russian partner, Rosneft, in a single region in just one year Performers shower thousands of paper “oil drops” from balcony in the iconic Great Court Protest marks the final day of the BP-sponsored Scythians exhibition, held in partnership with the Russian State Hermitage Museum … More We drop huge banner and thousands of oil drops in BP Russia protest
100 performers fill the British Museum – without permission – to challenge BP sponsorship with a mass creative protest Current BP-branded Scythians exhibition includes items from Russian permafrost – which BP’s emissions are putting at risk Performers sing, and British Museum floor covered in huge artistic cracks, to symbolise damage to the permafrost from climate … More Cracks fill the floor of the British Museum during 100-strong “freezemob”
FREEZE-MOB AGAINST BP IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM Defending the permafrost from Big Oil Facebook event here – please share Calling all ice warriors, frost defenders and spirits of the snow! Join theatrical activists BP or not BP? in the British Museum to take part in a mass rebel performance to freeze out the museum’s cold-hearted … More Join us to freeze BP out of the British Museum on December 9th!
Yesterday, over fifty people joined us for a powerful ritual protest led by activist and radical “Earth Preacher” from New York, Reverend Billy Talen. Joined by his ‘Stop Shopping Choir’ as well as members of ‘BP or not BP?’, we together exposed the irony of BP sponsoring the museum’s latest blockbuster exhibition, ‘Scythians: Warriors of … More Reverend Billy leads ritual for the permafrost at British Museum
Tonight, three performers from activist theatre troupe BP or not BP? got on stage just before a talk by Greg Doran, Artistic Director of the BP-sponsored Royal Shakespeare Company. The talk was taking place at the (also BP-sponsored) British Museum, inside (of course) the BP Lecture Theatre. Doran’s talk was scheduled to cover the influence … More Avid audience enjoys Ovid protest
Performers set up fake BP “welcoming committee” in front of Scythians exhibition for two and a half hours “Invisible theatre” performance highlights irony of BP sponsoring exhibits whose future study is threatened by melting permafrost Oil company accused of using British Museum to further its interests in Russia This morning, VIP visitors and press arriving … More We pretend to be BP staff at press launch of new BP-sponsored exhibition
Street artist joins performance activists to display portrait and give public talks in the BP Portrait Award gallery, without permission Portrait depicts Indigenous West Papuan leader who is highly critical of BP’s operations BP’s support for Indonesia’s controversial occupation of West Papua contradicts the gallery’s ethics policy, campaigners say Performers present “Hypocrisy” and “Pollution” awards … More We bring a rebel exhibit to the National Portrait Gallery