This year, a spectacular new light and sound show featuring lasers by renowned artist Chris Levine and original soundscapes from special guest stars will be the highlight of the Eden Project’s Christmas celebrations (beginning November 25). Festival of Light and Sound will see beautiful laser beams projected high above the outdoor gardens and the Mediterranean Biome will be filled with spellbinding patterns of light and 3D immersive sound.
Appearing live at the festival, singer-songwriter Jamie Crowe has completed his new album, Elysium Part 1,which he will perform with acclaimed Cornish singer Kezia.Chris Levine will be creating brand new laser treatments to harmonise with the new sound work.
The focus this year is on the interplay between light and Eden’s exotic plant life and landscape, with multiple festive-coloured laser beams tracing and highlighting the shapes and forms of the former clay quarry near St Austell in Cornwall. The experience will begin at the entrance to Eden where visitors can marvel at the intricate patterns of lasers creating a canopy of light over the gardens. The journey continues to the Mediterranean Biome, which will be filled with brightly coloured beams choreographed to the soundscapes and live performances.< Back to the news