In Pictures: Heliosphere @ York Minster

June 19, 2018

Heliosphere at York Minster is probably going to end up being the most beautiful event of the year and we were delighted to be on hand to capture some photos and video of what was a stunning event in York.

When we contacted to provide entertainment for Northern Lights, a fund raising event for York Minster, we were very happy to help. We thought the entertainment that we supplied might be a jazz trio or a standard circus act but no, they wanted something spectacular. With this in mind, we were overjoyed to book Heliosphere for this incredible charity event!

A completely unique form of entertainment, Heliosphere combines an acrobat and a huge air balloon that floats above the heads of guests. It is a hugely visual act and in the setting of York Minster, well, needless to say we were very, very excited.

This isn’t really the sort of event which you need to speak about; in this case, a picture really does speak a thousand words. Please enjoy the photos and videos - we don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

As you can see, it was a truly spectacular evening and we were delighted to be involved. For more information and to book Heliosphere for your event, please feel free to get in touch using the contact details below.



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By Henry Fosdike