Invisible Worlds Concert

On Thursday 4th April 2019, 12 schools from the St Austell area, including a number from the Peninsula Learning Trust, will be performing at the Invisible Worlds event at the Eden Project! Read more about Invisible Worlds here.

Children from St. Mewan, Bishop Bronescombe, Charlestown, Mevagissey, Fowey, Luxulyan, Lostwithiel, Carclaze, Pondhu, Sandy Hill, Mount Charles and Penrice Academy will be entertaining audiences with an exciting combination of dance and music, all based around the Invisible Worlds display in Eden’s Core building.

Each school has interpreted the theme of Invisible Worlds – too fast, too slow, too big, too small and too far away in space and time – to create a unique performance for the evening against the backdrop of Infinity Blue in the Core Building or the Citrus Grove in the Mediterranean Biome.

Year 9 at Penrice Academy are going to be performing an original composition inspired by the theme ‘too big’.

The two-hour event will be in the form of a ‘mini festival’ where parents can move between the two performance areas and there will be food and drink venues open during the evening for families to enjoy refreshments between performances.

Together with this, visitors will also be able to explore the Invisible Worlds display in the Core Building which gives an amazing insight into the strange worlds we cannot see with the human eye.

Tickets are £8 and can be purchased via ParentPay (children under 5 go free), with no limit on the amount you can buy. Please note that entry can only be gained through the purchase of an Invisible Worlds ticket – local passes are not accepted at this event.


When? Thursday 4th April 6pm – 8pm

Where? The Eden Project

Tickets: ParentPay

Parents can arrive from 5pm onwards – staff from across the 12 schools will be available from this time to sell programmes and collect tickets from all of our guests in the Visitor Centre.

During the performance children must remain with school staff at all times as they will be required to be in different areas throughout the two-hour event. Parents are free to enjoy a variety of performances throughout the evening.