Waterside Arts’ inaugural winter festival of music and light will illuminate Sale town centre this November! Bringing together music, projection, light and performance, the three-day Prism festival will span the town centre and hopes to create magical and thought-provoking experiences for all ages.
At the centre of the fun will be the Winter Light Trail, running until the end of the year. Featuring an array of illuminations, the trail will run daily from dusk til dawn to brighten up the dark winter nights. The project is curated by Things That Go On Things, in partnership with Leeway Creative Production and Trafford-based public artist Venessa Scott.
Elsewhere, art and light outdoor show Sentinel will provide a multi-sensory experience of electronic music from composer Richard Evans. Based on his critically-acclaimed album of the same name, Sentinel will run each evening during the Prism festival, using light and projections to electro-pop sounds.
Concluding the performance element of Prism will be Surge 360, an indoor immersive dance piece by artist Tom Dale. The 25 minute show will feature live vocals from performer Jemima Brown and digital design by Vent Media. Catch the show as it runs three times on Saturday 25 November.