Lumiere London is back!
The second year of the UK’s largest light festival, made possible by the collaboration between Artichoke Trust and the Mayor of London office visitlondon.com, Lumiere London sees more than 50 light installations from artists from around the world illuminate the nighttime streets of London with colour.
Bigger than 2016 and spread over 6 different locations, some of London most famous landmarks were given a dazzling makeover including Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the National Theatre and King’s Cross.
There’s a lot to see and experience and is hard to see them all. Luckily, I managed to see the majority in 2 days covering all 6 locations including Mayfair, Southbank, Westminster, and Fitzrovia. Massively tiring, I would not recommend doing what I did and attempt to see everything in one night. Instead, I would recommend picking out the ones you want to see and planning your visit from there. Unless you want to see everything, allow 2 days for this.
Here are my 5 favourite installations from Lumiere London. What’s yours?
To see more images from Lumiere London 2018, check out my gallery “Lumiere London 2018 – In Pictures”.
See it before lights out on Sunday 21 January 2018.