Luke Jerram’s Earth – Gaia

Located in Britain’s biggest cathedral, Liverpool Cathedral, the artwork called ‘Gaia’ (meaning the personification of the earth), will hang majestically in the Grade I listed building and features accurate and detailed NASA imagery of the earth.

The installation, by renowned British artist Luke Jerram, will be complemented with a sound composition created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award-winning composer Dan Jones.

Gaia will be open to the public from Saturday 25 May, a week before the River Festival, Sunday 2 June.

Britain’s first astronaut is heading to the city as part of River Festival Liverpool and will take part in two unique events under the huge 23ft replica earth in Liverpool Cathedral.

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Out of this World with Helen Sharman

Sunday 2 June
Britain’s first astronaut, Helen Sharman, is coming to Liverpool to mesmerise guests at Liverpool Cathedral with a talk that will be out of this world.

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How to be an Astronaut with Helen Sharman

Monday 3 June
School groups are invited to attend a unique talk with Britain’s first astronaut, Helen Sharman, on the skills required to make it into space.

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