David Haye Image Projected Onto The Museum of Liverpool

David Haye Image Projected Onto The Museum of Liverpool

David Haye projection Liverpool Museum

David Haye projection Liverpool Museum

David Haye’s was projected in an image of him knocking out Tony Bellew on the side of a hotel in Liverpool as their fight build-up intensified on Merseyside.

The image was projected onto the Liverpool hotel that is the venue for the pre-fight press conference, where Haye said Bellew would be ‘risking his life’ by entering the ring with him.

The 36-year-old has once again teamed up with artist Endless ahead of the bout with Bellew, at the O2 Arena, who reproduced the iconic image of Muhammad Ali versus Sonny Liston, with Haye knocking Bellew to the canvas.

 

 

Liver Building Projection, Liverpool

Liver Building Projection for #GoodLuckAP campaign

A massive projection for the #GoodLuckAP campaign was launched last night in honour of AP McCoy’s last race at Aintree.

Liverpool’s famous Liver building was illuminated with Searchlights and a large outdoor projected image of one of McCoy’s finest moments – winning the world famous Grand National on Don’t Push It in 2010 – together with the words “The Greatest Jockey. The Greatest Race.”

Liverpool Projections onto Liver Building

Liverpool Projections onto Liver Building

Ahead of AP McCoy’s retirement from the sport Aintree racecourse though it was appropriate to celebrate this great man as he becomes the jockey to have had the most rides in the history of the Grand National. With his connections with the world famous Grand National held in Liverpool where better than to project onto the Liver Building to celebrate a great city and a great sporting champion.

A stunningly beautiful Christmas lightshow at the National Trust’s beautiful Erddig – Wales Online

A stunningly beautiful Christmas Lightshow at the National Trust’s beautiful Erddig

Christmas Projections National Trust

Dec 08, 2014 12:08 By Laura Sprinks

A fantasy display of projections, lighting and special effects – visible from miles around the 18th century showpiece house – as the enchanting Erddig Glow Christmas celebrations were launched at the weekend

National Trust Wales has kicked off the festive celebrations with an event at one of its most enchanting listed properties with a magical night-time illumination of Wrexham’s Downton Abbey-esque Erddig.

The Erddig Glow, which launched at the weekend showcased an exciting light display that illuminated the 18th century house and its romantic walled garden, complete with ‘frozen’ entry gates and trees, coloured up-lighters, static projections, feature lighting and more.

The ‘Glow’, which attracted hundreds of visitors on its inaugural night, will now take place every Friday and Saturday throughout December. The display can be seen for miles around the property making the house a perfect backdrop for a night-time stroll to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy a feast for the senses.

ERDDIG CHRISTMAS PROJECTIONS

ERDDIG CHRISTMAS PROJECTIONS

What’s more, the front of the country house – which reflects the upstairs downstairs life of a gentry family over 250 years ago – has an animated advent calendar projected on to it during the event which truly brings to life the spirit of Christmas.

The colourful display of numbered windows and doors has inspired a digital advent calendar which has been created to highlight key moments taking place across the places that the National Trust care for in Wales this December. It’ll be packed with events, recipes, key dates and lots of handy hints and tips – perfect for those looking to make the most of the season and get into the festive spirit with their loved ones.

With a fifth of people across Wales believing that receiving an advent calendar is one of the most special Christmas traditions – the calendar will allow people to re-visit some of their most favourite pastimes during the holiday season and celebrate at one of the many events across their locations.

Places featured include Bodnant Garden, Plas Newydd and Penrhyn Castle, which sit near and within the boundaries of Snowdonia National Park, as well as Erddig, Chirk Castle and Powis Castle. Dyffryn Gardens and Tredegar House in South-east Wales are also featured as well as a cluster of beautiful places scattered throughout the west of the country, including Llanerchaeron, Stackpole and Colby Woodland Garden.

Alongside the Erddig Glow, the Trust – Europe’s largest conservation charity which looks after some of the UK’s most important spaces and places – has unveiled a busier than ever schedule of Christmas events that include traditional carol services, fairs, winter garden displays, elf workshops and more. There will even be a few appearances from Father Christmas himself.

Each place has a colourful line up of winter events and days out that include cheese and truffle-making workshops at Powis Castle, wreath-making workshops at Llanerchaeron and elf workshops – meaning Christmas-lovers young and old will be able to enjoy the best of the outdoors while stepping back in time to see how Christmas was celebrated in times gone by.

Bodnant Gardens will also be opening its recently-unveiled winter garden this year – giving visitors the perfect opportunity to re-discover the outdoors and enjoy a host of seasonal wildlife and colours on display. Ten years in the making and at its best with a touch of frost, the garden is a great way to explore nature in the beautiful surroundings

Other festive highlights include:

:: Christmas with the Yorke’s candlelight tours at Erddig

:: Thursday Lates at Erdigg , Christmas shopping with lamp-lit below stairs and servants getting ready for Christmas

:: Christmas carolling at Dinefwr and Chirk Castle

:: Elves Workshops in Bodnant Garden

:: Christmas lunches at Powis Castle , Chirk Castle and Stackpole

:: Llanerchaeron Christmas Fair

:: Wreath Making Workshop, Llanerchaeron , Ceredigion

:: Father Christmas at Powis , Llanerchaeron , Dyffryn Gardens and many more

:: ‘A Christmas Carol’ weekends at Tredegar House

Justin Albert, Director National Trust Wales said: “We know how important Christmas traditions are for families young and old all across Wales. Our festive celebrations this year aim to re-kindle the magic of Christmas and let people enjoy the wonders of outdoors despite the drop in temperatures – whether making their own decorations, carolling or enjoying a glass of mulled wine during a walk among our vast gardens.

“There’s tonnes going on at each of our places and we can’t wait to welcome people across the country in for a mince pie and a taste of Christmases this year.”

National Trust Wales is inviting people to go to http://ntwales.walesonline.co.uk/ to see the advent calendar and watch as new hints and tips are unveiled day by day.

via A stunningly beautiful Christmas lightshow at the National Trust’s beautiful Erddig – Wales Online.

Searchlights – Crystal Palace Digital switchover

Searchlights – Crystal Palace Digital switchover

Crystal Palace transmitter lights up the night sky as it broadcasts analogue signal for the last time after 56 years

 

Crystal Palace Transmitter Digital Switchover searchlight show

Crystal Palace Transmitter Digital Switchover searchlight show

The 719ft-high tower shone like a beacon over south London as it marked the end of an era following the biggest digital switchover yet.

The mother of all transmitters, which reaches a fifth of the country’s TV sets all by itself, will continue to broadcast signals – but only digital ones from now on.

The 219m tall Crystal Palace broadcast tower is illuminated to mark the switch from analogue to digital television, bringing to an the end the 75 years that the antenna has been broadcasting the analogue signal.

Search lights surrounding and mounted onto the structure lit up the Transmitter for miles around

Search lights surrounding and mounted onto the structure lit up the Transmitter for miles around

By PAUL REVOIR

PUBLISHED: 01:54, 19 April 2012 | UPDATED: 17:08, 19 April 2012

via Digital switchover: Crystal Palace transmitter lights up night sky as it broadcasts analogue signal for last time | Mail Online.