Tantalisingly close, impossibly distant: the celestial bodies – the moon in particular – have flooded our imaginations since the dawn of human existence. Some of the stories that catch us most powerfully are stories of travel, exploration and discovery – the intrepid steps and giant leaps that take us to the heavens, and bring the heavens to us.
While Luke Jerram’s iconic Museum of the Moon hangs under the vaulted roof of Bloomsbury’s Holy Cross Church, join four of London’s most exciting storytellers for a multicultural voyage around the moon’s myth and folklore. The stories will be accompanied by a galaxy of soundscapes created live by four leading sound artists, featuring the unique and uncanny sound of the theremin – an instrument the sound of which Neil Armstrong took with him to the moon and back.
Immerse yourself in LUNAR DREAMS.
Tickets: £10 (£8 concs)