Underneath Tower Bridge are two huge empty chambers, but later this month they will be filled with music.
The chambers are where the massive counterweights swing when the bridge is being opened, but also offer a rather unique venue for events, so long as the bridge doesn’t need to be opened of course.
Over the weekend of 17th-19th Feb, there will be a site-specific light and sound installation in the the Bascule Chamber.
This experience combines light, sound, and projected imagery. According to Tower Bridge, audiences are invited to ‘review’ and ‘re-evaluate’ their relationship with the city and their perception of its history and character.
Tickets cost £30 and are limited due to the capacity of the Bascule Chamber.
Or £35 to include a visit to the Tower Bridge Exhibition as well.
Book tickets here
Friday 17th February, Saturday 18th February and Sunday 19th February
Friday:15:00, 17:00, 19:00, 21:00
Saturday and Sunday:11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00, 19:00, 21:00
(The event lasts approximately 1 hour including descending the 120 steps from bridge level down into the Chamber). All ticket holders should wear appropriate footwear (no high-heels) and practical warm clothing.