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Trisha Brown: In Plain Site

Trisha Brown Dance Company

The dance company create beautiful, often surprising works of art across outdoor spaces. 

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Trisha Brown: In Plain Site reconceives some of the US choreographer’s most striking short dance pieces in dynamic relationships with the enchanting landscape of Jupiter Artland — on floating rafts in Charles Jencks’ lakes, in its rich woodlands and sculpted landforms.

Trisha Brown (1936—2017) was a global figure in dance, restlessly experimental and ceaselessly striving for an original language of movement. Trisha Brown Dance Company returns to its site- specific roots, blending intellectual rigour, physical virtuosity and tongue-in-cheek humour to create beautiful, often surprising works of art across outdoor spaces.

West Lothian’s Jupiter Artland is a world- recognised contemporary sculpture park and art gallery based around Jacobean manor Bonnington House, featuring permanent work by artists including Andy Goldsworthy, Antony Gormley, Cornelia Parker and Anish Kapoor.

Alongside the performances, Jupiter Artland presents a gallery exhibition of Trisha Brown’s film archive throughout August.

We kindly ask that you arrive 30 minutes before show time.

Download the programme here

Event information
The performance takes place outside so please come prepared for all weather. We recommend sensible footwear, warm clothing and rain gear.
Due to the site-specific nature of the performance, and to ensure the safety of our guests, the performance will start promptly at 8pm. There will be no admittance for late arrivals.
Jupiter Artland grounds will be open to all ticket holders beginning one hour before the performance time.

Trisha Brown Choreography

Performers Oluwadamilare Ayorinde, Cecily Campbell, Marc Crousillat, Kimberly Fulmer, Leah Ives, Amanda Kmett’Pendry, Kyle Marshall, Patrick McGrath, Jacob Storer

More information about some of the artists:

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9-11 August 2019

All tickets
Under 18s
50% off (not available on top price tickets)
Young Scot Card holder
50% off (not available on top price tickets)
Under 26
25% off (not available on top price tickets)
People with access needs
Lowest (unrestricted view) price & free essential companion

* A transaction fee of £1 per ticket, up to a maximum of £5, will be added to all bookings. If you choose to receive your tickets in the post, you will be charged £1 for postage.

Ticket prices may vary from previously published prices. Discounts are subject to availability.

People with access needs can buy a seat in the area of the venue most appropriate for their needs for the lowest (unrestricted view) ticket price for that performance. Your essential companion's ticket will be free. Access discounts are only available by phone, in person or by using SignLive to allow us to provide you with the best possible service for your needs.

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