SIMONE KENYON (Scotland)
INTO THE MOUNTAIN
CAIRNGORMS NATIONAL PARK
Thu 30 May - Sun 2 June 2019 // £30 // 18+
TAKE ME INTO THE MOUNTAIN:
Bus trip to the performance as part of the festival
Sun 2 June 2019 // £40 (includes travel and show ticket)
PICK UP & RETURN: TRAMWAY, GLASGOW directions
The bus will leave Tramway at 8:30am on Sunday 2 June 2019. Please arrive with plenty of time as the bus will not wait for latecomers due to the full day’s scheduled activity.We will drive to the event registration point at: Old Post Office Café Gallery, The Brae, Kincraig, PH21 1NA
The bus will leave the Old Post Office Cafe Gallery at 6:30pm to return to Glasgow. Participants will be dropped off at Glasgow Tramway between 9:00-9:30pm.
ACCESS: This is an off-site performance taking place in a mountainous environment and hill walking is an integral part of the performance. It is not wheelchair or pram accessible.
If you have any suggestions, questions or requirements relating to access for this performance please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make every effort to support you to attend.
Travel to Glenfeshie in the Cairngorms National Park for a remarkable performance journey by artist and choreographer Simone Kenyon. Inspired by Nan Shepherd’s lyrical and embodied prose, Into The Mountain explores and celebrates women’s encounters with mountain landscapes.
Lead artist, choreographer, researcher and project initiator — Simone Kenyon
Into The Mountain Company — Jo Hellier, Claricia Parinussa, Caroline Reagh, Keren Smail and Petra Söör
Composer and voice director — Hanna Tuulikki Choir leader and vocal performer — Lucy Duncombe
Choreographic mentor — Rosemary Lee
Creative documentor and filmmaker — Lucy Cash
Into The Mountain is commissioned and produced by Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) and co-commissioned by Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA), City Moves Dance Agency, Dance North Scotland and Tramway. The project is also supported by Mountaineering Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council and Creative Scotland.
The project takes place in Glenfeshie with special thanks to Wildlands Ltd.
Images: Lucy Cash