Enviro Takeover (Wandsworth)


Time: 10am, 2pm

Tickets: Pay What You Can (Recommended Price £12)

Running Time:
1st weekend – 2 hours
2nd weekend – 
3 hours

Age Guidance: Ages 5 – 8

This event takes place throughout Battersea Arts Centre.

All events are Pay What You Can.


KIT Theatre present a half term interactive storytelling experience, for young people and families from Wandsworth.

The show will help children to turn the ideas and emotions stirred in them by the Climate Crisis into an immersive theatre performance which will takeover BAC. Two weekends of art and activism will reach a grand finale with a Climate Action Arts Festival. 

The Enviro Takeover uses the expertise of Creative Climate Leader Toby Peach to ensure that participating young people are offered tools and creative techniques which allow them to build resilience when faced with climate anxiety. It is crucial for these same children to learn about the difference that individual actions can make and this project will offer participants agency through creativity. 

Sat 22 & Sun 23 October – children will work with artists in music/spoken word/drama & design workshops at BAC, to create work to be displayed at a festival the following weekend 

Mon 24 – Fri 28 October – online and in-person creative workshops in Wandsworth, across the half term week 

Sat 29 & Sun 30 October – Children’s artistic creations come to fruition as the Climate Action Arts Festival takes over BAC! 


Participant ticket includes:

  • Workshops on Sat 22 or Sun 23 October
  • Access to all workshops between Mon 24 and Fri 28 October
  • A performance at BAC on Sat 29 or Sun 30 October (same day and time as booked for the previous weekend)

Audience ticket includes:

  • A ticket to watch the performance on Sat 29 or Sun 30 October


Tickets from £6. If anyone feels they need to pay under £6 please contact Box Office.

The Pay What You Can Scheme removes a financial barrier, giving everyone the chance to see our shows. This is made possible by those who are able choosing a higher price point, and for this you can be guided by the recommended price. Thank you for supporting us and the community by continuing to book with us. We look forward to seeing you soon.



This event takes place in person at various locations within Battersea Arts Centre. All spaces have step-free access via a lift.

If you have booked a ticket you will receive an email from us before your performance detailing important information about your visit.


If you require the assistance of a friend or helper to attend, we can make a free ticket available for your companion. You can book access companion tickets online or contact the Box Office to book by emailingaccess@bac.org.uk. 

To book a free access companion online:

  • log in to your account here
  • go to ‘Other preferences’ and tick ‘I require a personal assistant/companion’.
  • Choose the performance, date and seats you would like and if you add at least 2 tickets to your basket, then one of these will automatically become free.



  • There will likely be a loud alarm when the children enter the building
  • There will be loud music

All performances will be Relaxed. We invite you to make yourself comfortable and move around if you need to and if you need to leave the performance at any point you will be allowed to return to the space when you feel ready.




We believe in making our shows accessible to as many people as possible.

We offer tickets on a Pay What You Can basis for the majority of performances throughout the year. Tickets usually start at £6, and we have recommended pricing to help you to choose a price that works for you.

We know that ticket price is a huge barrier for some, and the Pay What You Can model offers people who can afford to pay the recommended price or more the chance to support others who can’t.


About KIT Theatre

KIT Theatre (www.kittheatre.org) makes immersive theatre for, by and with young people. KIT works with highly skilled writers and actors to deliver stimulating, exciting and innovative experiences which work to develop young people’s creativity, confidence and critical thinking.  

Supported by Wandsworth Grant Fund and the William Allen Young Charitable Trust