Astrophotographer Wil Cheung hosts regular stargazing events from an observatory at Twice Brewed Inn in Northumberland’s International Dark Sky Park. He also organises trips to Iceland to chase the Northern Lights – and will offer tips on how to photograph the Aurora at his first Hebridean Dark Skies Festival appearance.
Wil has an international following online, including 100,000 followers on Facebook. His photographs of the Aurora and the International Space Station have gone viral worldwide, featuring in The Times, Newsweek, the Daily Express, and on BBC and ITV.
In partnership with Outer Hebrides Tourism.
The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival runs from 9-21 March 2023 with arts and astronomy events for all the family at An Lanntair and across Lewis and Harris. Browse the full festival programme here.
The festival is supported by Caledonian MacBrayne and Outer Hebrides Tourism, in partnership with, Calanais Visitor Centre, Stornoway Astronomical Society, Gallan Head Community Trust, Lews Castle College UHI, Cala Hotels, and VisitScotland.
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