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PEACE CAMP | CEMAES BAY, ANGLESEY, WALES
Cemaes, United Kingdom
Created by Deborah Warner in collaboration with Fiona Shaw
Soundscape by Mel Mercier
Sound design by John Del' Nero
Image by Julie Chapman
At Cemaes Bay between 9.30pm and 5.30am, visitors will wander through Peace Camp listening to some of our greatest love poetry.
*BOOKING HAS NOW CLOSED*
IF YOU HAVEN'T BOOKED, you are welcome to go to the installation and queue for entry. WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO LET EVERYONE THROUGH IN A FEW MINUTES on previous nights.
Peace Camp is a quiet and contemplative artwork that is designed to be wandered through at your own pace. In order to make sure that you enjoy the experience safely, we can only allow a limited number of visitors at any one time, and so we may need to ask you to wait when you arrive. You are welcome to arrive at the installation at any time within the time slot that you have booked. We expect that you will want to spend about an hour exploring the artwork but you are welcome to stay longer should you wish.
Please print this order confirmation and bring it with you to the site. We will endeavour to fit you in to another time slot if you forget your order confirmation, but you may have to wait for admission.
Peace Camp is an outdoor event. Please read the following carefully to make sure that you get the most out of the event. No one likes soggy socks or blisters!
1. Bring a torch. Peace Camp happens overnight and you'll need one.
2. Wear walking shoes or boots.
3. Bring weathproof clothing, we know it's July but this is the UK! And please do bring waterproof clothing rather than umbrellas which block people's view.
4. You must bring your printed order confirmation. Visitors without printed order confirmations may have to wait for the next available entry time.
5. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
6. Dogs must be kept on a lead.
7. Peace Camp uses the natural landscape as its canvas and many of these coastal sites are rocky, sandy, and have rough or uneven terrain which means that not all of the installations are completely accessible to visitors with limited mobility. The rough terrain also poses a tripping hazard.
8. Please note that no camping is allowed on site.
Here’s a Google Map to help you make your journey to Peace Camp at Cemaes Bay.
Entrance to the site on foot will be through a gate opposite Tyn Llan Cottages by Llanbadrig Church. You will not be able to access the installation from any other route.
The main car park is before you reach Llanbadrig Church - where you will see our stewards - and is about a 3 minute walk to the installation.
There is an overflow car park at the beach car park at Cemaes Bay, located just off the A5025 coast road. Please note this is a 15 minute walk from the car park to the installation so please allow plenty of time. Please bring a torch.
There are toilets close to the site.
You can download these instructions by clicking here.
There will be information about accessing Peace Camp by public transport on our website shortly.
Peace Camp uses the natural landscape as its canvas and many of these coastal sites are rocky, sandy, and have rough or uneven terrain. At Cemaes Bay, there is a 15 minute walk to the installation up a sloped road.
There are a limited number of car parking spaces for blue badge holders. For directions to this car park, please contact us.
If you have booked a slot at Peace Camp and would like to cancel or swap it, please contact us or log in to your account.
We reserve the right to refuse admission.
Peace Camp is co-commissioned by London 2012 Festival and Derry-Londonderry City of Culture.
Peace Camp 2012
Peace Camp is produced by Artichoke, one of the UK's leading creative companies and a registered charity, funded by Arts Council England.
The company works with the best creative minds and aims to produce extraordinary shows that live in the memory forever.
Our past productions have included Royal de Luxe's The Sultan's Elephant, which filled the streets of London for four days in 2006; La Machine's 50-foot high mechanical spider for Liverpool's Capital of Culture celebrations in 2008; Antony Gormley's 100-day long invasion of the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square in London, One & Other; and Lumiere, the UK's largest light festival that transformed Durham in 2009 and 2011.
Artichoke Trust is Registered in England.
Company registration 5429030. Registered Charity No. 1112716