This event is the perfect opportunity for families to come and enjoy the Museum of the Moon in the Nave of Wells Cathedral with some excellent entertainment, courtesy of the Choristers and Wallace and Gromit!
Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo
We all know how beautifully the choristers sing for the daily services but here’s a chance to hear them singing something quite different in quite a different style!
Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo was written and composed towards the end of 1970, the first collaboration between librettist Michael Flanders and composer Joseph Horovitz.
The work is a light-hearted oratorio on the Noah story as you’ve probably never heard it before. The musical style of the work is unashamedly eclectic and exploits all well-known types of popular music, giving our choristers a chance to show you truly how versatile they are!
Wallace and Gromit: A Grand Day Out
What better film is there to watch while sat under the moon? Wallace and Gromit enjoy a day out with a difference when a quest to find cheese prompts a visit to the moon.
Despite a few hiccups with their homemade rocket, the duo makes a successful lunar landing, arriving just in time for lunch. But a strange, mechanical being isn’t too happy to see Wallace eating slices of moon cheese...
Please note: Seating for this event will be in the centre Nave, and will not be tiered. To ensure social distancing, all seating will be allocated by the cathedral according to the order in which tickets are purchased.
Every effort will be made to make sure that those who have bought seats together will be able to sit together. Thank you for your understanding.
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