Illuminated balls will cover Woolwich's General Gordon Square for the perfect picturesque winter stroll.

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Image credit: Collectif Coin 

Did someone say Christmas selfies?  A sea of illuminated balls will cover Woolwich's General Gordon Square for the perfect picturesque winter stroll.

French artists Collectif Coin will be transforming General Gordon Square on 10 and 11 December as they bring Globoscope to Royal Greenwich.

Walk through a sea of over 200 illuminated spheres, take the perfect picturesque winter stroll and shop local this Christmas. 

The light show will run for two nights only from 5 to 9pm and is completely free. You can come and go at any time as the music, and light performance will be on a loop throughout the opening hours.  

Suitable for all ages.

Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible: Level Access and Accessible Toilets
Assistance Dogs Welcome
Audio Described (Digital Introduction)
Easy Read Description
​​​​Induction Loop
Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.

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Booking & Payment Details

  • Free Entry

Children

  • Children welcome

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Map & Directions

Globoscope

Type:Light Festival

General Gordon Square, Woolwich, London, SE18 6FH

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Awards

  • Other AwardsVisit Greenwich Partner Visit Greenwich Partner 2021

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