Thanks to our hotel sponsor Doubletree Hilton Leeds City Centre who will be hosting our visiting Light Night artists
Sit in the beautiful seventeenth century interior of St John the Evangelist church and experience the sounds of the past.
Night Sun will come to life through the turn of a handle.
A digital spectacle of light and sound will propel Leeds Civic Hall into the next century with the explosive energy.
Discover over 200 tiny glass dishes waiting for your interaction.
Marking the centenary of the First World War and experiencing the mood and atmosphere from a child's perspective.
These two mischievous cats reflect on their lives, food, and the death of Fat Bob.
first direct arena will be putting on an extra special light display.
A live performance projec combining personal accounts and stories from the public about hair
This cumbersome duo are accident prone but ready to serve!
We want your feedback on our 10th anniversary Light Night event!
The Light Night Rider is a great way to get between the different events.
Other venues across Leeds are getting into the Light Night spirit and offering exciting events on Friday 3rd October.
The Light Night Free Event Guide is now available to download packed with all the information you need for a great night.
Akeelah Bertram: Chorus. We cast a spotlight on returning Light Night 2013 artist Akeelah Bertram. Fresh from a group show in Berlin, an award winning 2013 (The Passey Prize in Art, The Vantage Art Prize with Adam Young and FUAM Graduate Art Prize) and a recent residency in London, Akeelah dropped in to Light Night Towers to tell us about this year’s exciting project.
'How the Light Gets In' is a creative writing workshop where participants can explore the ways in which words can and cannot lead us through the dark – both the literal dark of the nighttime and the winter months and other, internal and metaphorical forms of darkness. There will be a series of creative exercises, as well as a chance to share ideas and any work produced during the workshop. These workshops will feed into an interactive storytelling installation of the same name at Light Night Leeds, which participants will be encouraged to attend.
We caught up with Matt from Leeds Hackspace to talk about a giant light emitting programmed interactive cube , the power of 'people and technology', Art and a world of ‘black boxes’…
Greetings LightNighters, we’re pleased to bring you the first in our Shien series. First up: HairStory a large scale project developed and created by artist and performer Lydia Cottrell. We took the chance to catch up with Lydia and find out more about the project…
Volunteer recruitment has now closed.