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Harecastle Tunnel comes to life through magical projection Down the Rabbit Hole
A stunning artwork was projected onto the north entrance of The Harecastle Tunnel on the Kidsgrove stretch of the Trent & Mersey canal.
Students from The King? Church of England Academy in Kidsgrove have worked with artists Illuminos to create the projection inspired by tales of magical creatures and fantastic beasts.
The captivating artwork, called Down the Rabbit Hole, will welcome audiences for one night only, on Saturday 26 March from 7pm to 9pm.
The project has been delivered in a partnership between Appetite and the Canal & River Trust in their first year working together. Adding a further touch of sparkle to the evening, the route along the canal to Down the Rabbit Hole will be lit by a trail of lanterns decorated with intricate paper cuts. Appetite has worked with B-Arts to deliver this trail, funded by the European Regional Development Fund and HM Government through Welcome Back funds. Decorated shop windows will also link the town to the canal alongside the trail.
Appetite Director Gemma Thomas said: ?he historic and mysterious Harecastle Tunnel is the perfect place to let your imagination run wild so was calling out to inspire a projection exploring just what could be inside. We?e worked with Illuminos for Light Night Stoke-on-Trent in 2019 and other projects, so we were excited to be able to work with them on Down the Rabbit Hole.
?or Down the Rabbit Hole we were lucky enough to be able to work with iMedia students at The King? School, who spent time with Illuminos: experienced their projection as part of Christmas at Trentham; and spent a day devising and creating their own creatures which now feature in the projection. We?e had a brilliant first year of creating work in Kidsgrove trialling approaches and developing projects shaped by the community and can? wait to see it grow.?

© Pete Stonier / Stoke Sentinel