Curated by Catherine Angle
Thu 19 Oct, 8pm – late
Limited capacity. Please email email@example.com to register your interest.
Disability Access: No
Family Friendly: No
The Moon is the closest celestial body to our Earth and one of the few that can be seen from our planet without the use of a telescope. It has inspired writers, musicians and philosophers and has put human engineering and determination to the test.
Join us for an intimate dinner reception to celebrate Earth’s largest natural satellite, its folkloric traditions, its historic importance and its role in our understanding of the universe.
Four small courses of food will be offered, shared and interspersed with presentations from artists, experts and story-tellers; covering subjects from space exploration to magic and witchcraft.