Join us for an autumnal outdoor promande performance on Saturday 25 October, at 4pm. Led by Dudendance Theatre, the performance will be exploring the site of the Lumsden Sculpture Walk, with a piece adapted from their recent work Borderlands, and is followed by the popular Black Cat Bistro at Lumsden Village Hall.
This performance is part of an ongoing investigation into the rejuvination of the Lumsden Sculpture Walk into a community green space, and this event is the first of its type to be held in the Walk. Dudendance have brought together performers and participants from the local community for the event, creating a highly visual landscape theatre, with costumes designed by Heather MacCrimmon.
With hot mulled cider in hand, experience the slow meditative pace and sculptural quality of the performance as it unfolds around you. The performance is free of charge and open to all. Please make sure to wear suitable clothing and footwear as the performance is outside.
Participants can then spend the evening at The Black Cat Bistro at Lumsden Village Hall. This local event runs from 5pm – 8pm and due to its popularity booking is essential, please contact; Susan Christie 07773000939 for further information on costs and to book a table.
Living Sculpture is part of ongoing activity in the AB54 area, supported by the Huntly Cultural Fund, as well as Foundation Scotland on behalf of BayWa r.e., and the Marr Area Partnership Initiative Grant Scheme.
4pm, Saturday 25 October
Lumsden Sculpture Walk, Main Street, Lumsden
Contact: email@example.com, 01464 861372
Dudendance create devised site-specific dance theatre. Recently this has included socially engaged work in the landscape. Based in rural Aberdeenshire since 2002 Dudendance have trained a group of young people who now perform in the company nationally and internationally.