Leeds multi-arts and light spectacle illuminates the city

By Breda Graham

The city of Leeds was luminous in colour for the Light Night Leeds multi-arts and light festival this week.

The festival boasted numerous musical performances, interactive displays and artwork across the city.

A light maze, giant anglepoise lamps, hanging umbrellas, and a giant moon which hung over the river Aire were just some of what was on offer.

These tweets are making us jealous of anyone who was lucky enough to visit.

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