Over 40 nocturnal light displays are set to fill central London this winter, as the Lumiere festival returns for a second time.
When it was first laid on last year, streets were thronging and public transport warned of overcrowding — which at least suggests it was rather popular.
The organisers, Artichoke say that they expect more than 40 artists will participate in January 2018, and this time it will stretch south of the river, so don’t expect to take a black cab to see those installations.
Lumiere London will be on from 18th to 21st January 2018.
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