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Date:  19 to 28 August 2023

Time:  Daily from 11am

Location:  Cassiobury Park bandstand 

Cost:  Child £4 / Adult £6

Set Reminder: Facebook Event


Colourscape returns to Cassiobury Park with a full ten day festival.

Enter a new world of colour and light. Explore a unique labyrinth of 70 interlinked chambers of intense colours and discover musicians and dancers interacting with you.

Explore for a while and discover long views of intense colour and light. Move forwards and another view opens up - and another - and another!  Musicians and dancers are found anywhere in this extraordinary space leading you on a journey of colour, music and space.

Weekends will feature ensembles; dancers; new instruments, computer music. Weekdays will feature resident musician Michael Ormiston presenting family-friendly music where you can join in.

Opening times

Monday to Friday: 11am to 4pm (music plays 11.30 to 3.30pm)

Weekends and Bank Holiday Monday: 11am to 5pm (music plays 11.30 to 4pm)

For those people wanting to experience Colourscape without music please book the final sessions of the day.


Cassiobury Park, WD18 7HY near to the Cafe in the Park and bandstand (postcode for car park: WD18 7LG).  The car park is approx 5 minutes walk from the Colourscape site.


Adults: £6* | Children £4* (your admission admits you for up to 40 minutes)


(*Booking fees apply) 

Important things to know

  • Pushchairs are not allowed inside Colourscape, please park them outside and collect when you’ve been through

  • Wheelchairs can be accommodated in Colourscape (unfortunately we cannot accommodate mobility and electric scooters)

  • Families with SEN children please make yourself known to the Colourscape staff

  • Child ticket applies for ages 2-17 inclusive (free for under 2's and over 18's charged at adult rate)


Festival diary


Saturday 19 August

Music and dance with Alan Tomlinson (trombone), John Butcher (sax), David Stevens (computers and senors) plus James Jordan Bridge (dancer).


Saturday 26 August 

Michael Ormiston and Domenic DeCicco perform on a wide range of ethnic instruments from around the world.


Sunday 20 August

Beibei Wang vibrant percussion talent. With a background in both Classical and traditional Chinese percussion, she brings flair and dynamism to her performances


Sunday 27 August

Rarescale ensemble perform new music with microtonal flutes, oboe and electronics.


Monday 21 to Friday 25 August

Resident musician Michael Ormiston

Free-flowing performances and workshops for families. Fantastic for all ages from babies through to 100 year-olds


Monday 28 August

Vocal trio VOICE perform.

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