Science will transform the city’s most iconic landmark next month.

Worcester Cathedral will play host to a journey of scientific discovery as award-winning duo Luxmuralis bring their SCIENCE installation to the historic building.

The duo, made up of sculptor Peter Walker and composer David Harper, have curated a sound and light art show which will be projected onto the cathedral’s stunning architecture.

Stephen Edwards, vice-dean of Worcester Cathedral, said: “We’re very excited to be hosting SCIENCE in September, which promises to be a spectacular show, featuring an immersive internal sound and light journey that will transform the interior of our majestic Cathedral.

“Projects like this are very exciting and important for the Cathedral as they allow visitors to experience our magnificent building in a very different way.”

Worcester News: SCIENCE has previously been held at Lichfield CathedralSCIENCE has previously been held at Lichfield Cathedral

Last year, the Cathedral was transported into space as Luxmural brought their SPACE installation to Worcester.

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This year’s show, SCIENCE, aims to explore chemistry and biology, interpreting molecules, cells and DNA, as well as exploring the history of science and how it has contributed to humanity and its understanding of the world.

The artwork will also examine the link between science and religion while the bespoke music will aim to ‘invigorate the senses'.

“We’re delighted to welcome Luxmuralis back following the success of the SPACE installation last year,” the vice-dean added.

“The feedback from our visitors was overwhelmingly positive and we can’t wait to welcome even more people to enjoy SCIENCE which will run over five evenings, with additional time slots available.

“We’re always keen to show off the diversity of our stunning building, attract new visitors and allow people the opportunity to experience the Cathedral in all its glory.”

SCIENCE will take place each evening from Tuesday September 20 to Saturday September 24.

Tickets cost £11 and are available now at .

Under-threes are free, but a ticket will need to be booked.

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