On Wednesday 3rd November over 150 children and parents/guardians took over Chichester Cathedral for a memorable musical experience: a silent disco under Luke Jerram’s lunar art installation, the Museum of the Moon.
The silent disco took place in the heart of the historic 900 year old Cathedral, giving everyone - from twirling toddlers to dancing dads – the opportunity to get moving in the moonlight and play some musical games.
Measuring seven metres in diameter, the Museum of the Moon features detailed NASA imagery of the Moon’s surface. The touring artwork is on display at Chichester Cathedral until 14th November 2021.
Over 30,000 people have visited the Museum of the Moon in the first week and a half of its arrival in Chichester. The Cathedral has been hosting a programme of talks, workshops and evening viewings to complement the exhibition, which has toured to over 200 locations internationally since its creation.
The Silent Disco under the Museum of the Moon has been kindly supported by Butlin’s Bognor Regis.