These new images show how St Paul's Cathedral will be shown in a whole new light, from 24-27 October.
Where Light Falls comprises four evenings of spectacular illuminations at the cathedral — with projections that recall one of the darkest times in London's history, smothering the famous facade.
Swathes of London were razed to the ground during the Blitz of 1940-41, but prime minister Winston Churchill decreed that the Wren masterpiece should be saved "at all costs".
Armed with sandbags and water pumps, volunteers patrolled the cathedral, poised to throw away incendiary bombs and put out flames at any moment. Though suffering hits, St Paul's survived the second world war largely unscathed, thanks to these efforts.
The cutting-edge projections tell the stories of these daring escapades, combining powerful archive photography and animation with an atmospheric soundscape. A newly-commissioned poem, From the Log Book by Keith Jarrett, is narrated by the poet as his words come to life on the cathedral walls.
The shows — which take place on the evenings of 24-7 October — is a joint project between Historic England, creatives Double Take Projections, Keith Jarrett and the cathedral. If you've got a chance to go, do so — it looks like one of those London moments you'll forever regret not seeing.
Where Light Falls takes place at St Paul's Cathedral, 24-26 October (6.30pm-10pm) and 27 October (8pm-10pm) before moving on to Coventry Cathedral. It's part of City of London's Fantastic Feats festival.