How To Save A Rock

It’s 2026, and we’ve found a letter from the last ever polar bear. He’s somehow ended up at the top of Scotland. We’re going to save him.

 

Join us on a wild polar bear chase, through peat bogs and protests. We might just need your help…

 

How To Save A Rock is a multi award-winning family comedy about how to still have hope.

 

This show is entirely carbon-neutral. The lighting is powered by a bike cycled live on stage, production materials are recycled and recyclable, and all unavoidable carbon costs offset.

Written by Pigfoot, Conky Kampfner & Alex Rugman.

WINNER of the Staging Change Award 

WINNER of Sunday Times Playwriting Award

WINNER of Samuel French New Play Award

WINNER of Camden People's Theatre Award

WINNER of Best Company: Sustainable Fringe Award

"hilarious and touching... as many people as possible should see it" THEATRE WEEKLY 

upcoming performances:

We're thrilled to be bringing How To Save A Rock to London this October Half-term as part of Pop Up London.

2pm Thursday 28 October

At the Story Garden, Ossulston St, London NW1 1DF

4:30pm Saturday 30 October: RESERVE A TICKET

At Eccleston Yards, 21 Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9AZ

CANCELLED 4:40pm Sunday 31 October*

At Grosvenor Square, London W1K 6LD

*This performance has been cancelled due to bad weather.

All performances are free to attendPlease note that these performance are outdoors, so please dress accordingly & be aware that the performances are subject to change and weather permitting – follow our social media (@pigfoottheatre @pigfoottheatreco) and the #LetsDoLondon hashtag for the latest updates.

 

The show is also available to stream for free from Monday 25th October - Sunday 31st October. To recieve a link to stream the show over this period, please sign up here.

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Pop Up London is brought to you by Battersea Arts Centre and Found In Music with support from the Mayor’s Let’s Do London campaign.

"hope is paramount" THE SCOTSMAN

How To Save A Rock has been featured in the New York Times, Reuters, The Stage, on BBC News Scotland and Sky News. Check out our press highlights below: