Tower Hamlets 2017
Our challenge: to create an out of this world fireworks spectacular for a Victoria Park audience that has now come to expect firework displays with a difference
An sci fi inspired aerial display with an outer space narrative
For the biggest bonfire night display in London, we wanted to do something a little bit different this year so we chose a sci fi theme, partly inspired by David Bowie’s iconic 1970s film ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’.
In the year that would have marked his 70th birthday, we also chose some of his music to provide the thematic context for the show which also included the intervention of ‘flying saucers’ to mark the arrival of a spaceman on Planet Earth.
The dramatic possibilities of a theme like this allowed us to create a show that had a really strong narrative, with a compelling sound track of space-related sounds and music, leading to a tumultuous finale in front of an estimated crowd of c80,000 people.
Firework Displays Now Finished
Celebrating 200 years of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Tower Hamlets - a monster of a firework display
East of the Sun, West of the Moon
A New Year's Eve bonfire inspired by Norse mythology and local folklore