Natural Nightscapes – Mobile Planetarium

Event Date:

25th September


Find out more about the natural nightscapes of the South Devon AONB.

Space Odyssey’s mobile planetarium will be landing in Moreleigh for one night only and will take you on an amazing trip to outer space! High-resolution images, movies and sophisticated computer simulations are projected throughout the dome – above, behind and all around the audience – to create a breathtakingly immersive experience. The show will be followed by a short walk outside looking for bats.

Two showtimes: Family show 6:15pm-8:15pm, Adults and older children 7:45pm-9:45pm
Cost: Adult £6, Child £4

Booking essential (via Ticketsource)
Sit on the floor for a totally immersive experience, bring a cushion!
Limited seating available for anyone who needs it (ensure this option is selected at checkout)
No footwear inside the dome
All belongings to be left in main hall where a member of staff will remain throughout the performance


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Natural Nightscapes – Mobile Planetarium Moreleigh Village Hall
Natural Nightscapes – Mobile Planetarium

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