Fri Dec 15th - Haiku Salut lamp show + White Town in London

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Fri Dec 15th - Haiku Salut lamp show + White Town in London

Post by ian » Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:54 am

Haiku Salut Christmas Lamp Show
Friday September 15th, with White Town
Saturday December 16th, with Grawl!x
St John On Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Rd, Bethnal Green, London E2 9PA. 8pm, £10 admission.

Friday tickets here - http://www.wegottickets.com/event/416301
Saturday tickets here - www.wegottickets.com/event/411249

Two years after they brought their wondrous lamp show to London for a glorious night at the Westminster Reference Library and three years since they staged the lamp show at the gorgeous St John On Bethnal Green church, Haiku Salut return for what is bound to be a magical night - a Christmas Lamp Show!

If you've not seen the lamp show before, you're in for a dazzling, exhilarating treat. The trio perform with a stageful of vintage lamps which are programmed to flash, fade and flicker in time to the music - and result is utterly spellbinding, like watching electronica come to life.

Add to the mix a light dusting of snow outside (possibly), some mulled wine inside (almost certainly), and an abundance of seasonal cheer (without a doubt), and you're in for a wonderful evening.

All of the London lamp shows have sold out in advance, so getting an advance ticket is advised.

"A collection of vintage lamps of varying sizes is scattered around the front of the church and flick on and off in time to the music. How it’s done leaves most of the audience scratching their heads and trying to work it all out as they file out of the church an hour or so later." - Music OMH

"A bulb bursts into life, followed by another, then another across the room. As parts are introduced the lamps become a flutter of activity, illuminating fretboards, cymbals and touchpads." - London in Stereo

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