Audiences are encouraged to look up and contemplate the mutability of clouds, as well as the mutability of humanity, guided by performer and creator Lorna Rees.
Lie back on giant beanbags and listen on headphones to the 45-minute show about cloud formation interspersed with Lorna’s own stories of her relationship with the troposphere and of the journey of a lifetime with her father.
Cloudscapes is a very personal, human scale work about clouds, with a focus on the role of clouds in climate change.
After listening to the work, audience members are invited to visit the Cloud Museum housed in a vintage horse trailer, and then at the end of the day visit the Discovery Centre where Lorna will be available to speak.
This is a free event which will run from 10.30am-3.30pm.
Parking is available at Knoll Beach car park.
The event itself takes place a short walk away in the dunes and will be signposted on the day.