Why? King’s Cross was a focus of the inaugural Lumiere London, an urban light “spectacular” dreamt up to rival international pioneers such as Berlin’s Festival of Lights and Vivid Sydney.
The good news is that it’s back this month – and is now the capital’s largest art event. Once again free to attend, this time more than 40 artworks, made using the medium of light, will illuminate landmarks, destinations and architecture for four days.
Inside our new issue, out today, we tell you the story of Lumiere and highlight the unmissable installations both in King’s Cross and beyond, including cover star Daan Roosegaarde’s Waterlicht (see above), which will transform Granary Square into an ethereal dream-like landscape.
Also inside this month we check out the shiny new Granary Square Brasserie, modern Italian La Tagliata in Warren Street, as well as Pauline Quirke’s forthcoming drama school. We even pop over to Malaga for a ray of sunshine.
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