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Brisbane light, holy night – telling the nativity story on the stonework of St Stephen’s Cathedral

Christmas story: Mary and baby Jesus beamed onto the walls of St Stephen’s Cathedral.

THIS year’s visitors to the Lights of Christmas at St Stephen’s Cathedral will be treated to a brand new show centred on the birth of Jesus. 

AGB Events, the creators of Vivid Light Sydney and Lights of Christmas Sydney, will use cutting-edge digital animation and an original soundtrack to tell the world’s most enduring story on the walls of the Cathedral. 

Tens of thousands gathered around the Cathedral in 2018 to celebrate the joy of Christmas with the extraordinary light projection show.

This year the free event will be bigger and better than ever, with nightly entertainment, food trucks and children’s activities included in the program. 

Brisbane’s best choirs will open each night with Christmas carols.

Biralee Blokes, St Vincent’s Care Services Kangaroo Point Melody Choir, Thomas Cantley Singers and Vocal Manoeuvres Academy will all be on show. 

European Renaissance artworks of the Holy Family, sourced from The Met in New York City, will form part of the 12-minute light projection show, which runs continuously from 7.00pm each night. 

Visitors have the option to pack a picnic and enjoy the show or indulge in holiday fare from food vendors, which will be onsite from 6.30pm on 11, 13, 14, 20 and 21 December. 

The Lights of Christmas runs every night 11-24 December. 

For further information, visit https://brisbanecatholic.org.au/news-events/the-lights-of-christmas/

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