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BBC/Imagineers Festival Museum of the Moon Event

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Coventry Cathedral

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Would you like to take part in a new BBC One documentary called Wonders of the Moon?

The one hour film will celebrate the intimate connection between the moon, our planet and us. We shall explore the moon's cultural significance, from being an object of worship to the source of enduring folklore and reveal the physical power of the moon to literally shape our world, through the ebb and flow of the tides. These stories will be told through the moon’s monthly cycle, following its ever changing face as it moves through from full to waning, new and waxing before becoming full once more. Do you love the moon or have a lunar story to tell?

Collaborating with the Festival of Imagineers and the Museum of the Moon, we are holding a filmed late event on Thursday 28 September and Friday 29 September between 6pm and 12 midnight at Coventry Cathedral, 1 Hill Top, Coventry, CV1 5AB and we are looking for 100 people to join us for an evening of lunar fun, art installations, talks and moon cakes.

Due to the nature of filming, we may have to stop and start festivities and there will be standing around while we reset lighting, rigging and cameras but we will provide tea, coffee and cake to keep everyone going.

PLEASE NOTE - you do not have to attend both evenings. You can come along to just one.

If you have any questions, please contact Josh Green at 07901 655 487 or josh.green1@bbc.co.uk



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