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A Plastic Ocean Glasgow

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The upcoming screening of A Plastic Ocean was organised by Glasgow students and includes an introduction by Sandy Halliday (SEDA), a film Q&A, and conversation with Doug Allan (Blue Planet), James Hobson, Anne Baker (EXXpedition) and James Daw (SEDA).

14 March 2018
Doors open 6.15PM
Reid Theatre


Supported by SEDA & GSA SiaG
Broadcast from Hill52
Free but ticketed - Eventbrite

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