Lumiere London is just around the corner, and we cant wait to see the amazing installations light up the city from the 18th – 21st January, not only here in the South Bank and Waterloo, but also in many other areas across London including Kings Cross, Fitzrovia, Mayfair, West End and Victoria. The full programme of over 50 Lumiere London installations across the whole festival footprint is available at visitlondon.com/lumiere.
The previous Lumiere London in 2016 was a huge success, with thousands of visitors flocking to view the installations, and we expect this year’s event to be just as popular, if not more so.
In light of this, Artichoke, the organisers of Lumiere have released a PDF document with useful information and advice for local people who might be affected by the event. This PDF can be viewed here – Lumiere
For up to-date news about the festival, including frequently asked questions, contact details and information on closures relating to the event please go to visitlondon.com/lumiere or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For the latest travel information and advice please visit tfl.gov.uk/lumiere-travel
10 of the installations are concentrated in and around Waterloo and the Southbank, and they promise to add even more excitement to the already vibrant atmosphere. A full map of the installations is available here,
and the app accompanying the festival is available for download here.
See you at Lumiere!
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