Light up your evenings this winter at trendy work and social hub, Paddington Central. They may be newcomers to the Christmas light scene, but they’re going all out. For more winter lights, check our list of this year’s best.
What to expect at Chords of Light
Created by design engineering studio, Tangent, this year’s display transforms Paddington into a spectacular array of light, colour and movement. The design itself appears to be a Christmas tree sculpture, made with (and surrounded by) lights. You’ll also be able to trigger an animation in real-time by using the hashtag #PaddingtonCentral
Do I need tickets?
Chords of light is a free event, and you won’t need to book any tickets. Just turn up and enjoy the show.
How to get to Chords of Light
Unsurprisingly, Paddington Station is going to be your best bet. For that, you’ll want to take the Bakerloo, District, Circle or Hammersmith and City line.
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- 244 m from Paddington Circle LineHammersmith & City LineElizabeth Line
- 0.5 km from Warwick Avenue Bakerloo Line
- 0.5 km from Royal Oak Circle LineHammersmith & City Line