Take a journey to the moon and stars this autumn with a spectacular space themed son-et-lumiere at St Albans Cathedral in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing.
This October visitors to St Albans Cathedral will have the chance to travel out of this world, walk amongst the stars and take ‘one small step’ on the moon. St Albans Cathedral Space Voyage takes place from 28 October to 1 November and will illuminate both the exterior and interior of the Cathedral, immersing visitors of all ages in a dramatic experience of cosmic light and sound.
Produced by Artistic Collaboration Luxmuralis, the stunning installation sees the facade of the Cathedral transformed into a visual journey to the edge of the Milky Way and back. The longest nave in England will become an ethereal galaxy as light and music fill the huge, ancient spaces. And a special installation to commemorate the Moon Landing uses NASA imagery of the lunar surface allowing people to walk on the moon and take their very own ‘One Small Step’.