Earlier in the week, we told you about Ice Music. Today: Ice Sculpting.
For those of you who watched Channel 4's Kirsty and Phil hacking away at blocks of ice for their perfect New Year's Eve party earlier in the month with a twinge of envy, here's your chance to have a go!
Get down to Canary Wharf between 13 and 15 January for the Third London Ice Sculpting Festival.
This year there'll be two timed competitions: the singles on Thursday 3.30-5.30pm, and doubles on Friday from 9am-7pm, continuing on Saturday from 8am-2.30.
As well as the teams of leading ice sculptors from around the world battling it out to see who will be crowned champions in 2011, there are demos, masterclasses, competitions and exciting prize-giving ceremonies.
Best of all, entry is free.
Warning: the video below features a hangover-hurting 1990s dance track
- Here's our coverage of London's First Ice Sculpting Festival
- And some of the pictures from last year's festival