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Wednesday 26th October & Thursday 27th October
Lunderston Bay, Inverkip
Daily performances at 12pm & 4pm
30 mins | Free but ticketed

Plastic waste is having an irreversible, devastating effect on the planet especially in the sea. A recent study has found micro-plastics, not only in sea creatures but now present in human blood.

Dudendance imagine a new Alien Species emerging when plastics mutate into living beings. The spectacular costumes can be shed, shaped and transformed in tandem with the wind and sea. Dudendance have created a juxtaposition of visual sensation combining organic forms with artificial materials –costumes that suggest sea creatures transform into trash.

An outdoor performance and headphone installation that weaves together ethereal dance, otherworldly
soundscapes and sculptural costumes.

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Free but ticketed. Book via EventBrite here.

The performance is around 30mins long with a soundtrack which is downloadable to your phone or available on site on MP3 player but please book in advance to make sure these are available.

Closer to the festival each ticket holder will receive email instructions on how to access and participate in
each event.


Artistic Directors: Dudendance (Clea Wallis and Paul Rous)

Costume Design: Heather McCrimmon
Sound: Fiona Soe Paing
Collaborators and Performers: Alima Askew, Harvey Lancaster Rous, Petra Pennington and Sara Best
Producers: Dudendance and Feral
Alien Species is funded by Creative Scotland’s Touring Fund for Theatre and Dance.

Part of Feral Galoshans Festival Takeover Programme

Galoshans Festival is funded by Creative Scotland and Event Scotland. Lead Festival Partners include: RIG Arts, CVS Inverclyde, Beacon Art Centre, Magic Torch and Trancnd.

Image Credit: Alien Species by Dudendance photographed by Clea Wallis.

For detailed access information on each event and location, download the Galoshans Festival Access Information below.

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