Winter sparkle will arrive in east London as The Brick Box launches a festival of interactive light installations.
The arts organisation and social enterprise promises “adventure, fun and storytelling to inspire and celebrate” at Little Light Nights in Bow Creek Ecology Park and Canning Town.
Moving-image performance, puppetry, installations and choreography will be on show at both sites for free.
Artists including Chemaine Cooke, James Islip and Samuel Wyer will display their projects.
East London’s Bow Creek is set to host the festival on Saturday, November 21 between 6pm and 10pm before it pops up at the A13 underpass in Canning Town the following Saturday from 6pm-11pm.
The project aims to offer positive environments East Enders can enjoy after dark.
The Brick Box’s artistic director Eleanor Barrett said ‘We are delighted to be bringing Little Lights to east London.
“We are inviting people from near and far to come together to celebrate two of the city’s assets and to experience east London in a new light.”
Little Light Nights, 6pm-10pm, Bow Creek Ecology Park, Saturday, November 21, free
Little Light Nights, 6pm-11pm, A13 Canning Town underpass, Saturday, November 28, free.
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