Monday 12 September 2022

Incredible installations and shocking shows at the Old Royal Naval College this autumn Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, Greenwich, SE10 9NN


There is something for everyone this autumn at the iconic Old Royal Naval College. Visitors to the

London landmark can enjoy a fascinating exhibition, incredible art installation, a haunting

Halloween show, Diwali and Open House.

Space is on everyone’s radar at the moment, with the first new moon landings planned since 1972,

new Mars missions underway and recently revealed breathtaking images from NASA. There’s no

better time for artist Luke Jerram to return to the Old Royal Naval College, this time with his work

The Museum of the Moon. From 12th December – 5

th February, Jerram’s awe-inspiring The

Museum of the Moon will be displayed in the magnificent Painted Hall. Visitors to this magical

setting can experience the seven metre, to-scale Moon, created using NASA imagery, as it hangs in

the Baroque hall. The imagery features minute detail of the lunar surface, taking the viewer right

round to the dark side of the moon. The installation features a surround sound composition by

BAFTA-winning composer Dan Jones for a stunning and profound art-meets-nature experience.

There will be a programme of Lates, music, dining and activities alongside The Museum of the


A thrilling theatrical evening of dark comedy and suspense awaits audiences in 1797: The Mariner’s

Revenge, 13th October – 12th November, written by Mark Knightley and directed by Briony

O’Callaghan. Premiering this Halloween, this haunting theatrical experience will take place in the

never-before-seen attics of the historic Admiral’s House. Audiences can follow this promenade