A sequenced light show is set to dazzle Bradford's city centre night sky when a projection is shone onto its £35m College development building. Visible from three miles away, patterns and colours accompanied by an audio soundtrack will be generated from the base of two tower cranes.
A seasonal goodwill message will also be projected onto the building. The unusual entertainment show, which will be switched on tonight, will run for a month.
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