Commissioned by Hospitalfield and Arbroath 2020+1, Over Lunan is an
extraordinary promenade performance in the dunes of Lunan Bay in Angus,
Scotland. Created by Angus Farquhar of Aproxima Arts with dramaturg
Purni Morell, this significant live commission blends an atmospheric
ambisonic sound installation with elements of public memorial. As
darkness falls, audience members become immersed in one of Scotland's
most stunning coastal locations; in an unusual work that draws on the
fragility of the natural world and ancient flood mythologies. This
special open-air production running from 9 - 19 September is designed to
be enjoyed in a relaxed, socially distant environment.
This is an outdoor promenade performance taking place on the beach and in the dunes of Lunan Bay. Please dress appropriately, including beach-friendly shoes and prepare for wet weather conditions. Please note that in September, even on a warm day, the evenings can get quite cool. In severely adverse weather, a decision will be made on the day whether to cancel performances. We will contact you on the day if this is the case, please check your emails. We will also communicate this over social media: Facebook and Twitter.
The event is presented in celebration of Scotland's Year of Coasts and Waters 20/21 and generously supported by the Scottish Government, EventScotland, Creative Scotland, the William Grant Foundation and the Garfield Weston Foundation.
During the show, walking between the dunes will be required, as well as a 10-min walk along the beach.
A more comprehensive FAQs can be found here.
Please scroll down to select your date and book your tickets, or call on 0131 226 0019 (lines open 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday)
- 9-19 September 2021
- 75 minutes
- Lunan Bay Beach
Event is on uneven, sandy terrain.