A UNIQUE open-air performance is coming to Ayr Beach this Thursday, courtesy of the Gaiety Theatre.

Move is about migration, loss and communal healing. Weaving storytelling, choral soundscape and Gaelic song, five women portray the ebb and flow of people across the globe throughout the ages. It is inspired by ancient keening rituals.

You’ll see a mother hurl her newborn baby into the outstretched arms of a stranger, a grandmother remember the ocean of her homeland.

Move is staged in a unique open-air performance at Ayr Beach, following an acclaimed debut at the 2021 Edinburgh Festival by Disaster Plan; a new company led by the award-winning team behind Blow Off, Beats, Heads Up and Chalk Farm.

It is being presented in partnership with epic theatre-makers Slung Low and the Traverse Theatre.

This performance takes place outdoors, please be advised to dress appropriately in case of the possibility of rain. Please bring a folding chair if you wish or a rug to sit on, seating is not provided. Please be aware there may be some uneven ground on the beach.

It takes place on Thursday, January 30 at 7.30pm near the Blackburn Car Park. Tickets from £3 to £15.