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Light Night Worcester

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Four high profile artists have been commissioned by the Arches Festivals to create brand-new large-scale projection-based artwork for Light Night Worcester 2021.   

The International and award-winning artists and organisations will transform city centre buildings with their light projections created specifically for Light Night Worcester.

19-21 October

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6-10pm

Free entry

Programme

Lilliput - imitating the dog

Providing a platform for young voices to reimagine and shape the city through their hopes and dreams. 

 

Ring the Changes - Illuminos

Blending the historical and rich heritage of bellringing and guilds with modern technology in new and unexpected ways. 

 

Re-Wild - Limbic Cinema

Exploring our relationship with nature and how we can help it to thrive in urban spaces. 

Remember the Future - Mark Murphy

Remixing vintage images of future visions to create a series of large scale collage compositions.

Image description: A group of cyclists are gathered together their bikes and themselves decorated with fairy lights of different colours, pink , green, blue etc. Two women at the front both smiling and looking at their bikes preparing to set off.

Lullaby

By Luke Jerram

Coming to the streets of Worcester a beautiful parade of bikes decorated with lights and playing a brand-new surround sound composition created by local school children and composer Andy Taylor will be lighting up the faces of families as they pass by their homes.

Created by Luke Jerram and made up of Worcester’s citizens, Lullaby will be a wonderful experience for the whole family and a great way to become a part of Light Night Worcester 2021!

Volunteering opportunity

We are always looking for enthusiastic and approachable volunteers to help us stage unforgettable events. No experience is necessary, applicants just need to be over 18, energetic and enjoy meeting and helping others.

FAQs

Do you have disabled parking?

There is no event specific disabled parking. Please use regular City Centre disabled parking as usual. More information can be found on Worcester City Council website.

How much is the event?

There is no cost to attend the festival. 

Will there be photographers?

We have an official festival media team taking videos and photographs across the event to use for our publicity purposes as well as for the project evaluation.

Where are the nearest car parks?

There is no event specific parking, please use City Centre car parks as usual. More information can be found on Worcester City Council website.