Love Light Norwich 2022

Sorry, you missed this one!
Colourful light-up inflatables are carried through the streets of Norwich at night, lighting up the crowd gathered around.

All day: The Forum

  • Disabled toilets
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled parking
  • Parking
  • Refreshments

Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF

Dates/times

Thu 17 Feb
  • All day
Sat 19 Feb
  • All day

Light up your February with this magnificent free light festival throughout the streets and iconic buildings of Norwich.

Back for a second year to wow audiences once again, Love Light Norwich present performances, light installations, and special events for three bold and bright nights.

Here at The Forum dancing lights will be conjured by a heart-shaped mirror ball and projected across the building - Our Beating Heart by Studio Vertigo. 

Expect phenomenal projections onto Norwich Cathedral from Australian artist Nick Azidis. A beautiful interactive sound and light sculpture, inspired by galaxies far away presented by Pif Paf- The Celestial Sound Cloud which will be in Norwich’s pocket park, Chapelfield Gardens. And watch Cupid come to the rescue in a film projected onto Norwich Castle! See Cupid soaring over the stalls of Norwich market and creating perfect partnerships. Will everybody find love?

There will be a programme of special events each night including a Glow Ride, Strictly Night Cycling and the River of Love Procession flowing from Tombland in the Cathedral Quarter to The Forum. Plus, a programme of emerging artists and True Stories Live: My Guiding Light at Dragon Hall, home of the National Centre for Writing. As well as the welcome return of the Love Light Food Trail to make your evening complete with delicious food and drink too.

Love Light Norwich is cancelled on the Friday night only. This is due to the Amber weather warning and forecast of extremely high winds for Friday 18 February. Thursday 17 and Saturday 19 will still go ahead as planned.

Love Light Norwich supported by

Norwich Business Improvement District, Arts Council England, the EXPERIENCE project funded by the Interreg France (Channel) England Programme, and led by Norfolk County Council.

Organiser details: Love Light Norwich