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An overview of some of our most recent shows we've put on across the globe.

Current Projects

Longleat Festival Of Light

Now in it's 5th year running, the Festival of Light has become a staple of holiday festivities at Longleat Safari & Adventure Park.  Located 40 minutes south of Bath in the county of Wiltshire, it attracts upwards of 250,000 visitors annually.

 

Past themes have included Beatrix Potter (Peter Rabbit and friends), a 50th birthday celebration, and a retelling of famous fairy tales and fables.  In 2018, visitors will accompany Harry, Bea, and their canine pal, Monty, on a epic journey through time and space.  Their adventures will take them from ancient Egypt to a Medieval battle, back to prehistoric times and into the space age.

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2014 - Present

Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo

Wild Lights premiered at the Dublin Zoo in 2017 to critical acclaim and sell-out crowds.  The inaugural installment of Wild Lights went on to win Best Event at the Event Industry Awards in Ireland.  The show returns in 2018, bigger and better, with several themed areas including an undersea adventure, dazzling artic scenes, and a trip to the North Pole to see Santa and his elves.

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2017 - Present

Giant lanterns of China at Edinburgh Zoo

The Edinburgh Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the UK and was of the first to embrace a more modern approach to zoo-keeping at the turn of the century.  Well-respected for their conservation efforts, the 2017 lanterns highlighted many of Edinburgh's conservation programs from around the globe.  In 2018, guests will enjoy lanterns showcasing Scottish myths and legends as well as others from around the world.  The morals and metaphors found within these myths tie back into the Zoos commitments to endangered animals and their environments.

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2017 - Present

Thoiry Lumières Sauvages

2018 marks the opening of the Lumière Sauvages at the Zoo Safari de Thoiry.  Located an hour west of central Paris, the Thoiry estate is home many animals but also includes the historic Thoiry Chateau.  The lanterns are nestled around the Chateau and it's formal gardens extending down through the lawns and hanging from the tree canopies at heights over 20m.  There are several massive lanterns to match size and grandeur of the grounds, including a replica of the Temple of Heaven (itself over 20m high) and a lantern version of Thoiry Chateau.

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2018 - Present

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Current Projects

Longleat Festival Of Light

This winter, stunning Chinese lanterns will light up Longleat once more as we take you on A Fantastic Voyage! Join us on a thrilling expedition around the world, journeying through time and space with explorers, Harry and Bea, a plucky brother and sister, and their fearless terrier companion, Monty.

 

Marvel as you and our heroes discover wondrous scenes, from the exotic to the glacial, filled with astonishing creatures, magnificent scenery, stunning structures and sensational modes of transportation, as you embark on this epic adventure.

Wild Lights at

Dublin Zoo

Wild Lights premiered at the Dublin Zoo in 2017 to critical acclaim and sell-out crowds.  The inaugural installment of Wild Lights went on to win Best Event at the Event Industry Awards in Ireland.  The show returns in 2018, bigger and better, with several themed areas including an undersea adventure, dazzling artic scenes, and a trip to the North Pole to see Santa and his elves.

Giant Lanterns of China at

Edinburgh Zoo

The Edinburgh Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the UK and was of the first to embrace a more modern approach to zoo-keeping at the turn of the century.  Well-respected for their conservation efforts, the 2017 lanterns highlighted many of Edinburgh's conservation programs from around the globe.  In 2018, guests will enjoy lanterns showcasing Scottish myths and legends as well as others from around the world.  The morals and metaphors found within these myths tie back into the Zoos commitments to endangered animals and their environments.

Thoiry Lumières Sauvages

2018 marks the opening of the Lumière Sauvages at the Zoo Safari de Thoiry.  Located an hour west of central Paris, the Thoiry estate is home many animals but also includes the historic Thoiry Chateau.  The lanterns are nestled around the Chateau and it's formal gardens extending down through the lawns and hanging from the tree canopies at heights over 20m.  There are several massive lanterns to match size and grandeur of the grounds, including a replica of the Temple of Heaven (itself over 20m high) and a lantern version of Thoiry Chateau.

Longleat Festival Of Light

Now in it's 5th year running, the Festival of Light has become a staple of holiday festivities at Longleat Safari & Adventure Park.  Located 40 minutes south of Bath in the county of Wiltshire, it attracts upwards of 250,000 visitors annually.

 

Past themes have included Beatrix Potter (Peter Rabbit and friends), a 50th birthday celebration, and a retelling of famous fairy tales and fables.  In 2018, visitors will accompany Harry, Bea, and their canine pal, Monty, on a epic journey through time and space.  Their adventures will take them from ancient Egypt to a Medieval battle, back to prehistoric times and into the space age.

Wild Lights at

Dublin Zoo

Wild Lights premiered at the Dublin Zoo in 2017 to critical acclaim and sell-out crowds.  The inaugural installment of Wild Lights went on to win Best Event at the Event Industry Awards in Ireland.  The show returns in 2018, bigger and better, with several themed areas including an undersea adventure, dazzling artic scenes, and a trip to the North Pole to see Santa and his elves.

Giant Lanterns at Edinburgh Zoo

The Edinburgh Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the UK and was of the first to embrace a more modern approach to zoo-keeping at the turn of the century.  Well-respected for their conservation efforts, the 2017 lanterns highlighted many of Edinburgh's conservation programs from around the globe.  In 2018, guests will enjoy lanterns showcasing Scottish myths and legends as well as others from around the world.  The morals and metaphors found within these myths tie back into the Zoos commitments to endangered animals and their environments.

Thoiry Lumières Sauvages

2018 marks the opening of the Lumière Sauvages at the Zoo Safari de Thoiry.  Located an hour west of central Paris, the Thoiry estate is home many animals but also includes the historic Thoiry Chateau.  The lanterns are nestled around the Chateau and it's formal gardens extending down through the lawns and hanging from the tree canopies at heights over 20m.  There are several massive lanterns to match size and grandeur of the grounds, including a replica of the Temple of Heaven (itself over 20m high) and a lantern version of Thoiry Chateau.