Simon Day as Dave Angel, Eco Warrior - A man in his sixties wears a black trilby hat, dark sunglasses and a black polo shirt with a green collar and sleeve edges. He is standing in the sea and holding a sea turtle. On his right there is a squashed empty plastic bottle floating on the water and behind him to his left is an oil rig in the distance. The sky in the background is blue with some white clouds and the sea water reflects the blue sky.

Simon Day is Dave Angel: Eco Warrior – ‘Living The Dream’

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The man who invented saving the planet and has dedicated his life to lowering carbon emissions and getting a pound note – Dave Angel reveals in speech and song how he has juggled a remarkable life of petty crime, domestic bliss and his early forays into the British porn industry.

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Supported by Billy Bleach and Tommy Cockles

Age Guidance: 16+ (Strong Language)

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