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Bottle Alley Light Show

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, 7:00pm – 9:05pm
Hastings

An evening of animated lights to music. “Hastings and St Leonards are blessed with Bottle Alley which is why it has been a focus of our work since 2016, this special double decked promenade is a jewel in UK’s coastal deco architecture and the lights are a genius addition” and we can not help ourselves. We have been working with the council and Osram and we have upgraded the system making it easier to use. Were putting a sound system all the way down the space and creating a free audio reactive lightshow. It has never been done before like this and we are developing the space for future use, testing audience levels and production approaches. We are working in partnership with event producer Gina Hewitt.

The event is a unique happening with a pre-recorded soundtrack featuring different styles of music animating the lights across the entire 500m length of Bottle Alley – Due to the expected high demand and for safety reasons the approximately 20 minute show will play four times to ensure all that come have a great experience in the space and can fully appreciate this unique visual show.

Show Times:
7:00 – 7:20pm / 7:35 – 7:55pm / 8:10 – 8:30pm /8:45 – 9:05pm

No need to book, no tickets required!

Official after party at SuperNature, Norman Road where we will be spinning some tunes.

Bottle Alley Light Show

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