This weekend, a huge video projection will be beamed onto the frontage of St Paul’s Cathedral, and some photos of the overnight tests have been released.

(c) Double Take Projections / Tim Craig

Working with the Poetry Society and Double Take Projections, the video event tells the story of the St Paul’s Watch, the volunteers who ensured the survival of St Paul’s Cathedral during the Second World War.

Laser and video projections will transform the façade of St Paul’s after dark, combining powerful archive photography and animation with an atmospheric soundscape.

(c) Double Take Projections / Tim Craig

The event takes place at St Paul’s Cathedral from Thur to Sat – 24–26 October, 6.30–10pm and on Sunday 27 October, 8–10pm

Where Light Falls is part of Historic England’s Loss and Destruction Season, and Fantastic Feats: the building of London, the City of London’s six-month cultural events season.

(c) Double Take Projections / Tim Craig

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One comment on “See St Paul’s Cathedral lit up this weekend
  1. Dave Wood says:

    Hi Ian, what lovely images. If the rain eases off, I’ll pop down there to take some this evening. I’m an interior design and construction photographer, but there’s only so much wallpaper and carpeting a person can photograph without ones head exploding! This will be very therapeutic. Is there any way I can access the high elevation where you took your shot from? You’re welcome to any of my images

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