After-dark projections will be staying for longer in King's Lynn
The Intergalactic Hanseatic League's (IHL) spectacular after-dark projected portals has been extended until October 31.
This will give Lynn townsfolk and visitors more time to take in the dazzling light show and play the interactive game and sound installation at Greyfriars Tower and gardens.
Meanwhile, the fourth and final transmission from the IHL goes live today at the Majestic and Corn Exchange cinemas and online here
The luminaire is a collaboration between West Norfolk Council and arts project, Collusion.
Collusion director Rachel Drury said: "The response to the project so far has been amazing.
"Thousands of people have taken part by visiting the project sites, playing the games at Greyfriars and watching the transmissions from the IHL crew online and in local cinemas.
"We're happy to be able to extend the projections through to the end of half term, allowing more families and visitors to enjoy them, especially with the evenings getting darker earlier each day.”
Meanwhile, the fourth and final Transmission from the IHL with a very special message goes live today at the Majestic and Corn Exchange cinemas and online here
The after-dark projected IHL sites also known as portals include:
MESSAGE IN A SHUTTLE and INTERGALACTIC SYNTHESIZER @ Greyfriars Tower and Gardens where visitors can play the two-player projection game on the tower and walk through the audio installation in the pergolas.
COUNTDOWN CLOCK @ King’s Lynn Minster where visitors can reflect on the parallel times experienced by humans on earth.
AGENTS OF CHANGE @ the Corn Exchange where people can see artwork by Lynn’s children sharing ideas for a brighter future. Also see their work in the old Argos windows in the Vancouver Quarter.
EYE TO THE FUTURE @ the Custom House where participants can see how actions today affect Earthport Lynn in the future.
HYPERSPACE MOORING @ St Nicholas’ Chapel where viewers can experience the IHL’s journey through time and space.