Sunday, 2 November 2014

Son et Lumière - in Loughborough!

The Carillon - in a new light!

Last week the most amazing thing happened to the Carillon in Queen's Park! Just after dark, the paths around the park were lit up with lanterns, and a group of people processed from the Museum to the Carillon, carrying lanterns. This was the culmination of the week-long half-term activities, and it turned into a most spectacular event! 

From this: 
The Carillon in Queen's Park

To this:

Before the show

Then this:
In the beginning

Through this:
Everyone loves a cat

And this:
Coming to an end

To this:
Announcement of the Loughborough Children's Illustrated Literature Festival timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Ladybird Books 
If you want to read more, there's an article in the Loughborough Echo.

If you want to see the whole show, have a look at Colin Hamilton's video.

As ever, a picture (or two) speaks a thousand words. With huge apologies for the photo quality!

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