DN Light Night Festival

Fri 16 Nov

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FRIDAY 16TH NOVEMBER, 5PM-9PM
DN LIGHT NIGHT
Free Event!
DONCASTER MINSTER WILL COME ALIVE WITH LIGHT!

Right Up Our Street are a producing a very special event with interactive light works and performances illuminating the Minster and the grounds. We invite everyone to come and enjoy this evening of fun. Alongside this we will have a variety of international street food!
Free tickets for the Museum of the Moon for the 16th will be available soon

 

The Museum of the Moon

The Moon will be at Doncaster Minster, launching at Light Night on the 16th, in place for the various events, as well as open drop in sessions throughout the week. Times will be confirmed soon.

Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. Measuring seven metres in diameter, the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. At an approximate scale of 1:500,000, each centimetre of the internally lit spherical sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface.

The Moon will be at Doncaster Minster, launching at Light Night on the 16th, in place for the various events, as well as open drop in sessions throughout the week.

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Along side the events there will be free open sessions to visit the Museum of the Moon throughout the week, running alongside Doncaster Minster's weekly schedule of services. 

Travelling Light Circus- Pendulum Wave Machine
5pm- 9pm Minster Grounds

Twenty steel balls seem to float, like baubles of mercury, before being set in motion to become a harmonious wave of dreamy beauty as the silver spheres fall mysteriously into line, then dissolve into chaos.
Output Arts- Storm Coming
5pm-9pm Minster Grounds
An audio visual installation using light cubes synchronised to a recording of a passing storm. The lights respond to each nuance – gently flickering with the approaching rain, flashing with each crash and boom.
Pif Paf- Celestial Sound Cloud
5pm- 9pm Minster Grounds

The Celestial Sound Cloud - a beautiful digital sound and light installation hung above the audience, creating a space to discover a galaxy of voice and illumination.

More installations and performances to announce very soon!




 

 

 

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