The Christmas Story

This fulldome show is about the traditional picture book of the Christmas Story, offering a wonderful experience for children and adults in the Planetarium. It brings the traditional Christmas Story to life for you and your family. You accompany Mary and Joseph from the Annunciation by the angel Gabriel in Nazareth to the search for a room in overcrowded Bethlehem.

Stand before King Herod in his great palace, alongside the three Wise Men from the East. Visit the shepherds and their flocks in a field and, in a stable, find the child in a manger.

Duration: 27 minutes

Suitable for all ages.


Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon

The Dark Side Of The Moon 50th Anniversary Planetarium Show is here and the Lunatics are in the Dome!
Immersive Experiences is proud to be named one of the distributors for this unique musical experience. After two years of work, the first ever Pink Floyd-approved planetarium show is now available. The show is a 44 minute visual spectacular set to Pink Floyd’s legendary 1973 album, The Dark Side Of The Moon. NSC Creative led the visual production efforts, working closely with Pink Floyd’s Creative Director, Aubrey Powell. Now for it’s 50th anniversary year only, immerse yourself in incomparable music and let their fantastic 360° projections take you on a journey into the depths of the cosmos and the shallows of the human soul – to the “Dark Side of the Moon”.

Show details:

Length: 44 mins

Ages: All ages

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Arabian Stars

Ramadhan Moon

Our highly acclaimed and popular ‘Islamic Astronomy’ show, presented by one of the UK’s most experienced astronomers.

This lively interactive show, goes back in time to the lands of Arabia where astronomers looked up at the night sky and made links between the heavens and scriptures within the holy book – The Quran

Show overview

  • Why was astronomy so important to early Arabian astronomers
  • Importance of Sun, in telling the time for prayer (salat)
  • Position of stars in directing worshippers to the Ka’bah
  • Phases of the moon, to determine the islamic month
  • Constellations as a form of inspiration for Islamic art and henna design
  • Why so many stars bear arabic names
  • Introduction to the works of Abu Ali al-Hasan (Alhazen) (965-1039 AD)

Show details

  • Live and interactive shows
  • Can be delivered in schools, community centres and mosques with segregation allowance
  • All ages
  • Approximately 30 mins long
  • Show is followed by an recitation clip from the Quran talking about space