A PHYSICAL theatre and street performance company is heading to Barrhead and Neilston.
Residents will be treated to multi-disciplinary performances when Oceanallover brings Sea Hames to both areas.
The shows, which explore the mythology and iconography of the horse, the plough and the land, will be held at Barrhead Water Works and Neilston Windfarm in May.
Sea Hames is inspired by the sea and its relationship to land and the line between the two worlds.
East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure has worked in partnership with Feral Arts to bring the performance art to the two venues.
The Ploughing Match festival on Orkney is a tradition which is more than 200 years old.
It is now restricted to South Ronaldsay where children dress as Clydesdale horses alongside the patterns of straight lines made by ploughs in the sands along the shore.
Sea Hames will be performed at Neilston Windfarm on Friday, May 12.
Barrhead Water Works will then invite guests along for the show the following day.
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