Fire Balls are set to ignite the imagination at Leeds Light Night

Breath-taking sculptures illuminated by bright orange flames are set to fire the imaginations of visitors to this years Light Night Leeds.
Breath-taking sculptures illuminated by bright orange flames are set to fire the imaginations of visitors to this years Light Night Leeds.
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This Breathtaking sculpture illuminated by bright orange flames is set to fire the imaginations of visitors to this year’s Light Night Leeds.

The creation is one of a set of ‘Fire Balls’ part of a huge programme of installations inspired by the elements to go on display across the city for this year’s two-night festival.

Created by British Virgin Islands artist Aragorn Dick-Read, the impressive Fire Balls will be put in place on Queen Square on October 7.

He said: “It’s a wonderful honour to be selected to participate in Light Night and great credit to the city of Leeds that it can engage with an artist from a small island nation like British Virgin Islands.”

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