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Runtime
55 mins

Saving the Dark is a Documentary Movie on Astronomy and Light Pollution. It is about the significance of Astronomy and the night skies, effects of Light Pollution on Astronomy, human health, wildlife and beyond, what we can do to fight it.

The film will show what the people in cities are missing out on, the importance of Astronomy in our lives, the impact Astronomy can have on children, how Light Pollution costs a lot of money, affects our health, wildlife and our environment, show the work of nonprofits fighting to preserve dark night skies, tell what people can do at home to fight Light Pollution and talk to cities that have successfully handled this issue.

Admission
free (Globe Theatre showing)
donation (Ashhurst Hall showing)
Event times / locations
Monday 27 May 2019 at 7:30 PM
St Mary Magdalene Church Hall
Wednesday 29 May 2019 at 7:00 PM
Globe 2, Globe Theatre
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