A Cathedral Illuminated - The Angels are coming

19 Dec 2016 – 23 Dec 2016

Event times

show starts at 6.30pm. 7.00pm, 7.30pm, 8.00pm

Cost of entry

Free - but ticketed event for best view point and access inside the cathedral for 10,000 angels installation (donations welcomed)

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The Angels Are Coming to Lichfield this Christmas ! With stunning projection Light and sound show at Lichfield Cathedral and projection artwork all around the city 19th-23rd December 6.30-8.30pm (Light show every 30mins)


Free Event with free ticketed entry inside Cathedral for access to see 10,000 Angels installation! #10000angels
For more information and tickets contact
www.lichfield-cathedral.org Tickets are available from
The Shop at No.9
Tickets allow access to a specific ticketed viewing area for the exterior projection. Following the show tickets will allow you to continue on a special journey through the beautifully lit Cathedral interior, exploring the nativity and a festive forest of beautifully decorated Christmas trees. You will also be able to view the culmination of the #10000Angels project and the stunning display of 10000 Angles sculptures suspended from the South Transept ceiling.
The 10000 Angels has been developed with local schools. 10,000 Angels, with messages of peace written by pupils across the area. The projections by Peter Walker will be accompanied by original music by composer David Harper. The two collaborate under the name Luxmuralis. (for more information www.luxmuralis.com)
Explore the city centre streets further and come across further projections (no ticket required) amongst the cities Christmas lights.
If you do not have a ticket you can still watch the Cathedral exterior projections from areas outside the Ticketed zone.
Free event - donations to Cathedral welcomed


Peter Walker Sculptor

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Peter Walker Sculptor

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