Luxmuralis: Space Voyager Light Show

Price
£9.50 / Adult
Duration
1 hr
Age restrictions
0+
Location
Bristol City Centre & Old City
Host available in
Bristol
Child, Concession and 0-3 year olds prices also available

What you'll do

This immersive light show will take you on a journey of light and sound to the edge of the universe and back. Curated light art by the artists of Luxmuralis is accompanied by a bespoke soundtrack and will be projected onto the stunning architectural features of Bristol's Cathedral.

You'll experience the Cathedral like never before, immersed in the expanse of the universe.

Luxmuralis is a pop-up projection art gallery brought to iconic buildings up and down the UK. A collaborative team combining artists from different backgrounds and artistic disciplines have worked together to bring this feast for the senses to Bristol Cathedral.

The experience lasts between 45-60 minutes and is suitable for all ages.

More about Luxmuralis

Luxmuralis is about developing the fine art tradition through new media and placing that art in public and unexpected places which have art history. More about Luxmuralis' lead artists:

Lead Artist and Artistic Director: Peter Walker MRBS FRSA

Sculptor and artist Peter Walker has works in towns and cities both nationally and internationally. His artwork consists of large-scale sculpture, commissioned bespoke sculptural works, paintings, drawings, film, and sound & light installations. Peter is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.

Lead Artist and Composer: David Harper MSc

David Harper is a composer and sound artist. His work can be found in BBC and Channel 4 productions, National Theatre productions, and films. David's sound art installations combine his musical composition with film and are frequently exhibited at art events, museums and public spaces throughout the UK. His current commission is the City of Sculpture project, to create a new series of public art soundscapes.

Please note that there is fast-moving light and loud music throughout. If you suffer from epilepsy or any other condition triggered by light and sound, this event may not be suitable for you.

Upcoming dates

What you'll do

This immersive light show will take you on a journey of light and sound to the edge of the universe and back. Curated light art by the artists of Luxmuralis is accompanied by a bespoke soundtrack and will be projected onto the stunning architectural features of Bristol's Cathedral.

You'll experience the Cathedral like never before, immersed in the expanse of the universe.

Luxmuralis is a pop-up projection art gallery brought to iconic buildings up and down the UK. A collaborative team combining artists from different backgrounds and artistic disciplines have worked together to bring this feast for the senses to Bristol Cathedral.

The experience lasts between 45-60 minutes and is suitable for all ages.

More about Luxmuralis

Luxmuralis is about developing the fine art tradition through new media and placing that art in public and unexpected places which have art history. More about Luxmuralis' lead artists:

Lead Artist and Artistic Director: Peter Walker MRBS FRSA

Sculptor and artist Peter Walker has works in towns and cities both nationally and internationally. His artwork consists of large-scale sculpture, commissioned bespoke sculptural works, paintings, drawings, film, and sound & light installations. Peter is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.

Lead Artist and Composer: David Harper MSc

David Harper is a composer and sound artist. His work can be found in BBC and Channel 4 productions, National Theatre productions, and films. David's sound art installations combine his musical composition with film and are frequently exhibited at art events, museums and public spaces throughout the UK. His current commission is the City of Sculpture project, to create a new series of public art soundscapes.

Please note that there is fast-moving light and loud music throughout. If you suffer from epilepsy or any other condition triggered by light and sound, this event may not be suitable for you.

How to get there

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Facilities

  • Child friendly (0-16)
  • Toilets
  • WiFi

On the day

Level access event. For Carer tickets please email visitorexperience@bristol-cathedral.co.uk. Please email to reserve a limited capacity Blue Badge parking space.

To get to the Cathedral by public transport use any bus routes which service the City Centre, Park Street, or Avon Street. The nearest car parks are Millennium Square, College Street, and Trenchard Street. On your arrival make sure you have access to the QR code on your ticket. Flat footwear is advised.

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 14 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 14 days before your experience.
Please note that this refund policy does not apply to gift bookings. You may reschedule your gift if outside the time period stated above. However, all gifts are non-refundable and expire exactly 1 year after the date of purchase.

About Bristol Cathedral

Standing at the heart of Bristol's vibrant city centre, Bristol Cathedral is one of England's great medieval churches. For almost 900 years it has been a living place of sanctuary, teaching, prayer and music.
Events at Bristol Cathedral range from family friendly Crafty Cathedral sessions, to gin tasting and guided tours in the Norman Chapter House, through to large scale light shows.

Any questions?

Ask your question directly to Bristol Cathedral.

Price
£9.50 / Adult
Duration
1 hr
Age restriction
0+
Rebook or cancel up to 14 days before your experience.