September 2016 marked 35o years since the Great Fire of London.
A huge festival, featuring artists including Artichoke, David Best and artsadmin, reached its climax over the anniversary weekend, with some spectacular displays.
The dome of St Paul's was 'set ablaze' in a crackling display by Tim Farrell.
An amazing 7km dominoes display followed the three paths the fire took through the City of London.
The area outside Tate Modern hosted a Fire Garden over three nights.
And for the the big finale — a 120m wooden sculpture of 17th century London was set alight on the Thames.
Here's a video of the whole shebang:
With thanks, as always, to all our amazing Londonist Flickrpool contributors.