ABBEY PERFORMANCES in JUNE 2014
KELSO TOWN and ABBEY
June 14th at 2pm (starting point at the Market Square)
Starting point at the Wood Market then promenading through Abbey Row into the church- yard and Kelso Abbey.
June 22nd from 2pm (three performance cycles 2-5pm)
Historic Scotland site -admission charges apply.
June 28th from 2pm (three performance cycles 2-6pm)
Historic Scotland site- admission charges apply.
At Dryburgh Borderlands will be accompanied by special guests
ANDATE Chamber Choir led by Jonathan Stone.
http: //www. andantechamberchoir.webs.com
Borderlands will be part of three special events in the Borders and Aberdeenshire.
5th April: Fragment of Red: the Last Song at Melrose Abbey 7pm
Historic Scotland in collaboration with The Red Field presents the final installment of the Fragment Project celebrating the recent discovery of the Hawick Missal Fragment. Dudendance will take part in a performance installation at Melrose Abbey presenting initial ideas from Borderlands.
Details and prices: www.fragmentsproject.co.uk
|Paul Rous at Melrose|
|Paul performs solo in the Abbey grounds and outside the Melrose church.|
18th June: Queen’s Baton Relay in the Borders 6pm
In collaboration with the Scottish Border’s Council a street version of *Borderlands will be shown for the Queen’s Baton Relay as part of the *Commonwealth Games celebrations.
Location and times: www.scotborders.gov.uk/info/486/arts_development
SCOTTISH SCULPTURE WORKSHOP
16th August: Living Sculpture Walk at Scottish Sculpture Workshop 4pm
Following on from a summer-school intensive with local young people *Borderlands is a starting point for a sculpture promenade performance at the site of the former sculpture park in Lumsden Aberdeenshire. The performance will be followed by a BBQ at SSW.
HUNTLY HALLOWEEN at HUNTLY CASTLE
1st November 5.30pm
Argentine composer/musician FABIANA GALANTE has been commissioned to work
with a specially created local choir on a spoken and whispered soundscape to
accompany the performance. This night-time version of Borderlands is created
with a group of young people from Huntly who have taken part in Dudendance’s
summer and autumn school intensive training.
DUDENDANCE AT 30
Talk and Discussion led by Rupert Thomson
2nd November 2-4pm
Join members of Dudendance for a presentation and discussion to celebrate thirty
years of making work that defies the borders of theatre, dance, film, art and socially
engaged practice. An open discussion with guest collaborators including composer
and musician Fabiana Galante, writer Anne Duden and writer Rupert Thomson
and Anu Selva-Thomson from Summerhall will look at how the creative process defies categorisation and how crossing art forms is vital in looking for new forms of expression.