Tower Bridge gets the light and sound treatment

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Tower Bridge gets the light and sound treatment

It's one of the capital's most photographed landmarks, but Tower Bridge is now set to become a top cultural destination. This weekend it's being taken over by artists from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama to perform Terra Incognita - Here be Dragons. It's a one of a kind site-specific light and sound installation taking place in the vast brick lined chambers located in the belly of the Bridge. The Bascule Chamber is hidden away below the River Thames and house the huge counterweights used for lifting the Bridge.

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