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Spilsby Light Night

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This incredible event, took place for the fourth time on Saturday, 17th February 2024 and showcased a dynamic line up of acts, performances, and installations, all designed to illuminate the heart of this charming, history-rich town. The turn out was incredible on a wet evening with an estimated 3000 people attending.

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10/10 evening - everyone really put their heart & soul into the night from the acts, to the public to the vendors - one of the best events I've been to in a long while. 

Highlights included a dynamic performance by Punjabi Roots Academy as part of the Fairy Light Parade who led the parade around the centre of town. This was followed by an awesome DJ set which got the whole town dancing!

Fab night with lots of smiling faces!

Art Installations: Mesmerising installations transformed the town centre into an open-air gallery including Kaleidoscopia by Benedict Sheehan and the awe inspiring Neurons, by Gemma Wood. Murmuration took over the Franklin Hall and was an imposing and thought provoking interactive artwork by Lumo Workshop with input from Woodlands Academy, a local SEND school. Hearts by Robert Lackerstein and Entwining Souls by Simon Le Boggit enchanted  audiences inside St James' Church.

Captivating Acts: Illuminated street entertainers took to the wet streets enchanting audiences. Moths at Work, by Pif-Paf Theatre, The Light Gliders by Circo Rum Ba Ba, The Birds by Apus Productions and Fettle and Fable's intimate show The Usherette.

Wow !!! What a fantastic evening for the Spilsby Light Night!

Such an amazing atmosphere, it’s wonderful to see so much activity, arts & culture throughout Spilsby.

Interactive Music: There was loads of ways to unleash your creativity the Ode to... xylophone and Fabuloso Organ and dancing at the family-friendly silent disco.


SessionsArts is managed by the Sessions House CIC and is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. It is also supported by Arts Council England. The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025.

Photo credit: Phil Crow

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Video from Spilsby Light Night 2022

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