Pageant for Gallivants (2021) was a Covid delayed celebration of the 700 year anniversary in 2020 of the signing of The Declaration of Arbroath. A mass costumed pageant parade through the town was reconfigured as a variety of socially distanced events, with the High Street transformed into a civic sticker book featuring people from the town on horseback. Derived from the observation that "If you had a horse you were in the pageant" (referring to pageants in the 1940s), the new cavalry celebrated noteworthy people from the town including poets, physicians, embroiderers and comic book artists, as well as people who had cared for their community during the height of the pandemic. The content of the Pageant for Gallivants was all generated through workshops were people were supported to make props and other creations. Local artists devised elements in a seaside parade that celebrated the Bellrock lighthouse and there was a medieval dog coat fashion show. Contemporary fishing heritage was captured in vinyl tablecloths which displayed the Smith family archive of photographs and local school children participated in a puppet show which told the story of Agnes of Dunbar. Mandy McIntosh was lead artist on the Pageant, supported by Douglas Laing, Karen Elliot, etc. The project was commissioned by Hospitalfield and produced by Pippa Martin.