This Colourful Light Labyrinth Is Returning To London In April

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This Colourful Light Labyrinth Is Returning To London In April

UPDATE: This event will be rescheduled for later in the year, owing to the coronavirus pandemic.

Wembley Park is getting a colourful makeover this April, as Colourscape returns.

The walk-in labyrinth of colour and light will appear in the north-west London district for five days over the Easter holidays. Visitors can step into the psychedelic illuminated maze and wander through interlinked chambers, where musicians play instruments from Tibet, China and Mongolia, and dancers perform live. Even better, you'll be given a special coloured cape to wear while you're inside, which can only help in racking up the Instagram likes.

It's not Colourscape's first trip to Wembley — the 1970s artwork took up residence over the May bank holiday last year. This time round, proceeds made from tickets sales go towards local learning disability charity, Brent Mencap.

Colourscape is at Wembley Park Boulevard, 8-13 April 2020 (Easter weekend), and is open 11am-5pm daily. Tickets are £5 for adults/£3 for children, and need to be booked in advance.

Last Updated 16 March 2020