A girl looking up surrounded by dinosaurs, flying whales, trees, planes and a satellite

About Us

March - May 2022

About Us is a spectacular live show and multimedia installation celebrating our connections to everything around us – past, present and future.

Take a thrilling ride through 13.8 billion years of life, the universe and everything in it - from the Big Bang to the present day

A spectacular open-air experience exploring our infinite connections to our planet, the wider cosmos and each other

When and where

28 February (Public Preview) Paisley Abbey, Paisley
1 - 6 March, (7 - 9.15pm) Paisley Abbey, Paisley
15 - 21 March, (7.30 - 9.40pm) Guildhall Square, Derry-Londonderry
*21 March (6.45pm) Guildhall Square, Derry-Londonderry
30 March - 5 April, (8.45 - 10.30pm) Y Maes, Caernarfon
*4 April (8pm) Y Maes, Caernarfon
14 - 20 April, (9 - 10.30pm) In front of the Town Hall, Luton
*20 April (10.10pm) In front of the Town Hall, Luton
30 April - 6 May, (9.30 - 11pm) Queen Victoria Square, Hull
*3 May (10.35pm) Queen Victoria Square, Hull

*A relaxed performance that takes place with lower levels of lighting and quieter sound effects in order to reduce stress for audience members who may find the show overwhelming.

Suitable for all ages

Admission is free

Everything is connected

Have you ever looked up in awe at the night sky and wondered how you’re linked to the stars beyond? About Us is the show for you: an outdoor celebration of our connections to everything around us – past, present and future.

About Us uses cutting-edge projection mapping, animation, music, poetry and live performance to celebrate our place in the universe and the connections between us all. Created by 59 Productions, Stemettes and The Poetry Society with scientists and poets from across the UK, this epic free show combines live performances and multimedia installations – and will be projected at night, for free, on to the landmarks of town centres across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Join us to explore the magic and wonder of the everyday as we celebrate everything About Us.

Genuinely one of the most stunning things I've ever seen. Beautiful work

— @Johdsi, Twitter