A brand new festival celebrating humanity’s relationship with the moon
What is it?
A festival dedicated to our relationship with the moon across time, cultures and subjects.
It’s coming up to the 50th anniversary of the first moon landings (or Stanley Kubrick film shoot – depending on your relationship with conspiracy theories) – and London’s getting its first ever moon fest to celebrate. Based in Woolwich but taking place across a range of venues in the capital, this exciting new festival will feature outdoor art spectacles, a pioneering programme of night-time activities and appearances from internationally-renowned artists and speakers. The event will be drawing on humanity’s eternal curiosity about the moon and inspiring its guests to look to the skies with wonder.
Tickets are usually up to £45 each, but with us they start at just £12 – check out the line-up of events and choose whatever piques your interest.
Whats on the programme?
Maverick Women And The Moon at Greenwich University
July 20 from 6.30pm to 10pm
A night of talks and performances with a keynote by Margaret Atwood
The Moon: Mother Of Us All at The Tramshed - Woolwich
July 21 from 6pm to 7.30pm
Space scientist and “self-certified” lunatic Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock explores our intimate relationship with the Moon.
Witches Worshipping the Moon in contemporary Wicca at Greenwich University
July 24 at 7pm
Christina Oakley Harrington gives an inside view on how covens of witches up and down the land go out to perform rites at the full moon in the more remote woodlands, stone circles – and even the parks of London.
Do We Have A Right To The Moon? at Greenwich University
July 25 from 7pm to 8.30pm
What are humanity’s legal, ethical, artistic and political rights over the Moon? A space lawyer, a politician, a PR Queen, a space engineer, an entrepreneur and a poet discuss.
Need to know:
- This voucher is valid for one ticket to the Moon Festival.
- Please note this event is across various locations listed above.
- Please present your voucher on arrival.
- The image of Margaret Atwood is by Liam Sharp and the image for ‘do we have a right to the moon’ is by Natasha Gougeon.
- For further information please see the Moon Festival website
- This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.