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Museum of the Moon

At the Corn Exchange Newbury


Immerse yourself in this lunar-experience starting next week!

Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon will transform our auditorium next week and we are over the moon to welcome the enchanting installation on Tuesday 15 August, presented in partnership with Visit Newbury as part of their Festival of the Moon.

Join us for a profound art-meets-nature experience, including Debussy’s Claire de Lune, and recordings of the moon landings and a musical soundscape composed by BAFTA-winning Dan Jones. The sculpture has been created using NASA imagery and provides the opportunity to explore the rarely-seen dark side of the moon.

Museum of the Moon has travelled around the globe from India to Paris; this is your chance to see this six-metre wide sculpture right on your doorstep. Don't miss out! Find out more

Tue 15 Aug - Sun 3 Sep, various times

Free (pre-booking advised)

Museum of the Moon is presented in partnership with Newbury BID as part of their Festival of the Moon. View the full programme here.


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