Monday, 29 August 2011



The best light show at Greenbelt this year wasn't on a stage. In a small ante-room, half a dozen perspex turntables rotated as lights and laser pointers shone through the abandoned kitsch glassware that sat atop them throwing complex, colourful patterns of light dancing onto the walls.

Willie Williams' Lumia Domestica finally made it to Greenbelt. It's just a shame he didn't find anywhere to put a mirrorball.


On Saturday, Martin Wroe discussed Willie's varied career with him; today Willie talked in more depth about the Lumia show itself. All three were festival highlights for me.

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