An "iconic labyrinth of colour" is set to return to Watford next month, featuring a fusion of art, music and interactive elements.

Colourscape will be present in Cassiobury Park from August 19 to August 28.

The event will include a "unique maze" of 70 interlinked chambers, promising to "captivate the senses".

Watford Observer: The event promises to captivate the senses.The event promises to captivate the senses. (Image: Watford Borough Council)

Organised by Eye Music Trust and Watford Borough Council, Colourscape sold 7,000 tickets last year.


In 2023, "an even more enchanting journey" is promised, as visitors wear coloured cloaks which alter as they move from space to space.

Watford Observer: Musicians and dancers will feature.Musicians and dancers will feature. (Image: Watford Borough Council)

Musicians and dancers will also feature, as "a symphony of sound and movement" is created.


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Watford's mayor, Peter Taylor, said: "We are thrilled to bring this awe-inspiring event back to Cassiobury Park, inviting families and friends to embark on a sensory adventure like no other.

Watford Observer: 70 interlinked chambers will be included.70 interlinked chambers will be included. (Image: Watford Borough Council)

"It is also great for those with sensory or other special educational needs and disabilities, so everyone can enjoy this fascinating experience.”

Eye Music, the organisation which runs the event, added: "Colourscape is a celebration of creativity, imagination, and the limitless possibilities of art.

Watford Observer: Watford mayor Peter Taylor and deputy mayor Aga Dychton.Watford mayor Peter Taylor and deputy mayor Aga Dychton. (Image: Watford Borough Council)

"We are delighted we can offer this experience in Watford again!"

Tickets can be purchased online via the Ticket Source website: