Light Festival Returns to Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station’s annual Light Festival is returning bigger and brighter than ever before to illuminate the winter evenings between 25th January – 25th February 2024.

The free-to-attend event will feature seven spectacular pieces of artwork from British and international artists. Shining bright and with more interactive pieces for visitors to enjoy, the installations will be on display inside the iconic London landmark and around the surrounding riverside neighbourhood. Three of the light installations, including Large Diamond by Freerk Wilbers, will be making their UK debut and two pieces will be making their London debut.

Large Diamond by Dutch artist, Freerk Wilbers, is a moving installation which consists of 183 diamond-shape pieces of special reflective material. On display in the Power Station’s Turbine Hall A during the Light Festival, the light falling through the diamonds will create sparkling reflections on the beautiful Art Deco features of the space for visitors to enjoy.

There will also be family-friendly workshops, live entertainment and music throughout the festival, including live weeknight performances on the ‘Light Piano 1.5’ installation. Enjoy live ‘glow shows’ from specialist LED performers, and Silent Discos will be held in Turbine Hall B for the first time. Plus, visitors will have a chance to win a fantastic luxury holiday to Langkawi for a family of four, courtesy of Malaysia Airlines and The Danna.

With over 140 shops, bars, restaurants and leisure venues now open, visitors can enjoy a whole evening out, as well as a selection of special brand offers.

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