Light Night Worcester

Light Night Worcester



Light Night Worcester


Light Night Worcester is back for two evenings in February half-term with giant light-based artworks, colourful interactive installations, inspiring artistic commissions and entertaining walkabout artists, all highlighting their take on being connected.

FREE event, suitable for all ages

New colourful giant light-based and interactive artworks are being brought to Worcester by Severn Arts for the fifth Light Night taking place in the city centre on 14 and 15 February from 6 – 9pm.  

Evanescent a large-scale piece capturing the magic of bubbles, by Atelier Sisu will take over Cornmarket car park and Juan Fuentes’s Kinetic Perspective, a 20m long installation creating illusions that will thrill and captivate, will fill Cathedral Square. Also included in the 2024 programme and highlighting this year’s theme of connectivity is: 

  • Network by Gemma Wood, taking us on a spellbinding exploration inside the mind. 
  • Paul Alty’s Black Hole – End of Time immersive multimedia experience. 
  • The Nectary by Alison Smith and Dr Chris Hassall, inviting the audience to mimic a pollinating insect. 
  • New Worlds by Halina Rice, an indoor installation bringing a blend of emotive music, lights and visual. 
  • Aura dance performance, merging music and visuals, commissioned by Dancefest.
  • Stained Glass Window at St Andrew’s Church illuminated and shining brightly in the night.