Experiental & immersive orchestral shows in unique locations & surroundings that sits firmly outside the box of traditional!

Secret Symphony presents Interstellar Lincoln

Secret Symphony Presents Interstellar

Performed under Luke Jerram’s ‘The Museum Of The Moon’

When: Saturday 26th of February, 2022.

Where: Lincoln Cathedral

The Show:

A spectacular & unique show which toured in 2019 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing.

Secret Symphony’s 50-Piece Limelight Orchestra return to the most wonderful Lincoln Cathedral to perform an exclusive and enhanced ‘one night only’ show celebrating all things space, stars and Interstellar under Luke Jerram’s ‘The Museum Of The Moon’.

Magical shows like this do not come around often!

Fantastical symphonic interpretations that take you on a musical journey to the moon … and beyond!

A reimagined soundtrack that includes such ‘stellar’ tracks from David Bowie, Coldplay, Muse, Public Service Broadcasting, ELO, Pink Floyd, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Jamiroquai, Daft Punk, Elton John & Many Many More.

Performed among immersive lighting and the gaze of a silvery moon!

Doors Open 6.45pm

Show Starts 7.30pm

Show Finishes approx 10pm

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Secret Symphony presents Interstellar Lincoln

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Proms (Matinee + Evening Performances)

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A unique show with a ‘Killer Queen’ soundtrack fusing traditional last night proms with stand out contemporary anthems from Queen Elizabeth II’s 70year reign!

Saturday 28th May

St Edithas’s Tamworth


Doors 2:30pm
Start 3:15pm
Finish 5:30pm

Doors 6:30pm
Start 7:15pm
Finish 9:30pm

Book Quick – Limited Capacity!

Our 40-Piece Limelight Orchestra

Full lighting & SpecialEffects (SFX) Production

You can ‘BringYourOwn’ (BYO) Alcohol *No Glass Permitted

Please Bring your Union Jack paraphernalia and plenty of it … flags, hats & scarves etc!

Pre & post show dinner & drinks at The Crafty Two
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- Birmingham Symphony Hall

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