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Lightpool Festival

Thank you to everyone who joined us at Lightpool Festival to experience all the free-to-see entertainment filled with magic, music and illuminated magnificence!

From 15 - 30 October, the programme boasted 16 nights of light-based art installations, lasers, stunning live performances, family-friendly activities, and 3D projection shows involving local, national and international artists.

Whilst the fun-filled spectacle is over for another year, there are some light-based installations that are still available to view.  Take a look below and make sure you catch a glimpse of them whilst they are still here.

We would love to hear your thoughts on Lightpool Festival

If you attended a Lightpool event or wandered around the spectacular town centre Light Art Trail, we would be keen to hear your feedback. Our short survey should take less than five minutes to complete and you have the option to be entered into a prize draw to win one of two £100 high street vouchers. Complete the survey here.

Grundy Art Gallery

Blackpool Light of my Life

After high profile projects for Tate Britain and Covent Garden in London, recognised artist, Chila Kumari Singh Burman, has now turned her sights to Blackpool and the town’s Grade II listed Grundy Art Gallery.

View the riotous display of multi-coloured new light works until the 11 December.

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Spiro Light Tunnel

Spiro, the 26-metre dazzling light tunnel, will run for the full Blackpool Illuminations season, shining nightly until 3 January, 2022.

Take a walk on the light side through the interactive sculptural light tunnel.

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