LUKE Jerram’s world famous sculpture of the Moon is in Warrington for another five days – with plenty of opportunities to see it for free.

The Museum of the Moon, which has been viewed by around four million people and has become the most popular exhibition piece at the Natural History Museum, is the centrepiece of this year’s Contemporary Arts Festival.

Around 3,000 people came to see it at the Parr Hall at the launch last weekend and it will continue to be at the Palmyra Square venue until October 14 as part of a new focus on making the festival more accessible and family friendly.

There are three more sessions when the Moon is open for public viewing including tomorrow, Thursday, between 3.30pm and 7pm, Sunday between 10am and 12pm and Monday between 4.30pm and 7.30pm.

Alternatively you can attend any number of Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival events where The Museum of the Moon will be the unique backdrop.

DJ Lee Butler will be joined by Stu Allan (Key 103), Ste Cocky (Reminisce) and Paul Rimmer (Quadrant Park Reunion) for a club night under the Moon tomorrow, Friday.

Then on Saturday, Manchester Art Battle will be hosting their first event outside of the city at Parr Hall. Ten artists will have just half an hour to create their masterpiece in front of a live audience who will then vote for their favourite.

There will also be film screenings of ET and Apollo 13 under the Moon on Sunday.

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