A TWO week arts festival is well underway, with less than a week to see some of the attractions.

Wye Valley River Festival is running until May 20, with events taking place through the towns and villages of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Monmouth.

Woods and trees are the theme for this year’s popular event.

The magical Museum of the Moon, created by international artist Luke Jerram, is one of the highlights of the festival, taking place at Tintern Abbey until Sunday, May 20.

As night falls, a seven metre wide fusion of lunar imagery and moonlight, suspended high in the ruins of Tintern Abbey, will be illuminated, accompanied by a surround sound composition from BAFTA and Ivor Novella award-winning composer Dan Jones.

Using imagery from NASA, each centimetre of the sculpture represents 5km of the moon’s surface.

The event is being presented in partnership with Cadw.

The festival finale will take place in riverside meadows in Llandogo on Saturday, May 19.

It will kick off with a performance from the Paris Jazz Café swing band from 1pm and will also include performances by Lydbrook Band, the Festival Band, The Jaz Trio, the George Choir and Singing Club.

World renowned Folkdance Remixed will be sure to get toes tapping with dancing and a live sound track of fiddle and beat boxing.

See full festival details by visiting wyevalleyriverfestival.co.uk