Next month, Liverpool Cathedral will come to life after dark as it hosts a breathtaking new immersive art installation, ‘Space, The Universe and Everything’, allowing visitors to travel through space, light and time, while pondering our relationship with planet Earth and beyond.
Every evening in late February, the Cathedral’s stunning Gothic interior will be transformed into the canvas for an extraordinary display of lights, bespoke music and artwork projections. During this spectacular son-et-lumière performance, visitors will walk through the architectural grandeur of the Cathedral, enjoying a unique immersive art experience and opportunity to explore space and the universe without leaving the inside of the building.
Space, The Universe and Everything is the work of the award-winning artistic collaboration, Luxmuralis, made up of sculptor Peter Walker and composer David Harper. They are the team behind the previous awe-inspiring art installations ‘Angel Wings’ and ‘Peace Doves’ at Liverpool Cathedral.
Space, The Universe and Everything will take place every evening from Friday 18th to Sunday 27th February, with time slots available from 6pm to 8pm (the experience is expected to take around 40 minutes). Tickets are sold at 15 minute intervals and need to be booked in advance. You can find out more and book tickets on Liverpool Cathedral’s website: