Sea Change Festival 2018

Journeys into space

Sea Change Festival 2018 (June 1st, 2nd, 3rd) has gone into space!

Friday June 1st

The Friday night opening event is the family film Wall-E a wonderfully imaginative tear jerker.  With space age snacks and popcorn on hand, and a cash bar. Doors open 6.30pm.
More information about the film here.

Saturday June 2nd

This year’s interplanetary theme will see a posse of mini astronauts and their families on the annual fancy dress parade from Kilcreggan Pier to Cove Burgh Hall on Saturday morning, where the Mermaid Café has been transformed into Planet Peake.

The Parade assembles at 10.30, and the café is open from 11am till 1pm. There will be prizes for the best costumes.

Planetarium Space Shows in the Dome

The centrepiece of the festival is a wonderful Planetarium which will be set up inside the Burgh Hall for four shows in the afternoon. The Dome is a very special inter-active, star gazing experience for children of all ages. Shows are at 1pm, 1.45. 2.30 and 3.15 and you can buy tickets at the time or on the previous evening at the film for a discount!

Space Age Disco

At night, for over 14’s we have a space age disco with a fabulous DJ.  8pm- midnight. And it’s BYOB!

Sunday June 3rd

Sunday sees spaceship Sea Change touch down at Cove Park at 11am where Rosneath and Kilcreggan Primary schools’  artwork will be exhibited and a prizegiving for the most imaginative. The schools have also been working on their own original song with which they’ll serenade us all.

At 12.30pm it’s BBQ time, after which you’re invited to join a pop up choir which will strut their stuff at 2pm.

Also on site, a special storytelling tent, and a chance to visit the artists’ studios for those who have residencies at this very special arts facility.

Post created by: Margaret Isaacs
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