Laser light show

What's on in London >> December >> 29th December >> Laser light show

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 29th Dec 2012

I know not why, only that it is...

...but there is an air-traffic warning that planes should be aware that a laser light show of some sort will take place this evening.

I would presume something to do with The Shard, but it could wll be someone else organising it.

The aircraft notice is from 8pm to 11pm, but the 'event' could be a shorter duration during that window in the calendar.

Update - this may be a rehearsal for New Year's Eve as there is a sepate notice now issued that there will be spotlights from The Shard at midnight NYE.

Cost: Free to watch

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