RHYZE TO MORPH
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Saturday 28th October | Lunderston Bay
1ST PERFORMANCE 1PM | 2ND PERFORMANCE 3pm l Approx 20 mins
FREE but ticketed via Eventbrite
Rhyze to Morph is a live physical and aural performance, a tale of transformation, of zombie mushrooms and the powerful fungal capabilities to connect, destroy, deconstruct and decompose. An outdoor performance at Lunderston Bay using Butoh dance, evocative and stirring guitar and playful vocals to tell sensory tales of fearless fungi.
A performance which is visceral and captivating aims to emote and evoke an interest and discussion around fungi, and it’s vital symbiotic role in the natural world. Nomoss collective are formed of 3 artists with a driven passion for creating work that connects people to their environment through accessible yet daring and experimental performance art.
1ST PERFORMANCE 1PM
2ND PERFORMANCE 3pm
TICKETS AND HOW TO BOOK
Free but ticketed. Please book via EventBrite here.
30 persons (X2 performance slots available.)
All ages / family audiences
Part of Feral Galoshans Festival Takeover Programme www.feralarts.co.uk.
Galoshans Festival is funded by Creative Scotland. Lead Festival Partners include: RIG Arts, Feral, The Beacon Arts Centre, Magic Torch, Inverclyde Libraries, Clyde Muirshiel, Where's The One, Inverclyde Leisure, Inverclyde Council, Kayos, Youth Music Initiative and TRANCND.
Image Credit: Brian Hartley
Funded by Creative Scotland. Supported by FERAL Outdoor Arts Residency, Dunoon Burgh Hall, and Sett Studios.
Thank you to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and particularly Michael Holcombe (Senior Ranger) for all their support.
SB: Sound Based
V: Highly Visual/Little or No Text
R: Relaxed Performance - Audience can come and go as they please/make noise/move around.
All events in our programme are marked with a clear Access Key which identifies any access provisions that are in place.