DN Light Night Winter Festival

DN Festival WINTER is coming....watch this SPACE.

Latest Update:

Access to the Minster on the Friday night has now sold out, but there is some walk up access on the night and audiences don't need to book to see the light works in the grounds of the Minster. There are still tickets for both ET and Close Encounters of the third kind on Saturday 17th Nov as well as the choir event on the Wednesday 21st Nov. There is also open access throughout the week (no need to book unless groups sizes are over 10). Here's a link to the guide which outlines access times - 

https://indd.adobe.com/view/725dc327-1e76-4544-83dd-c29bf3ab0319

 

A free visit to the Moon is on offer in Doncaster this November when visitors to Doncaster Minster will be able to experience the world renowned Museum of the Moon.

Lunar light set to brighten the town for a week, from November 16, thanks to the creative vision of Arts Council funded Right Up Our Street who are bringing the moon to Doncaster Minster for a showcase of the spectacular art installation.

Measuring seven metres in diameter, and lit internally the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. Right Up Our Street will be commissioning a series of lunar inspired events throughout the week to compliment the moon.

Some events will be ticketed and details of this will be available in the next few months.

This will all kick off with the DN Light Night opening on Friday 16 November, as the Museum of the Moon is unveiled for the first time. The Light Festival will also feature several live shows, food stalls, a cinema screen and much more.

Luke Jerram's moon artwork has been all over the world, from the commonwealth games in Australia, to Hong Kong, London and New York.

To book FREE tickets to the moon and for more information about DN Festival of Light, please visit www.rightupourstreet.org.uk

Update on availability for Musuem of The Moon:

Access to the Minster on the Friday night has now sold out, but there is some walk up access on the night. Audiences do NOT need to book to see the light works in the grounds of the Minster.

At Cast are still tickets for both 'E.T.' and 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' on Saturday 17th Nov as well as the choir event on the Wednesday 21st Nov. There is also open access throughout the week (no need to book unless groups sizes are over 10). 

Please see the downloadable PDF file for a full run-down of session times and more.

Location

Doncaster Minster is located in the heart of Doncaster Town Centre.