Just when you think all the light festivals and trails have been switched off, another one pops up to brighten winter up. 

Battersea Power Station's Light Festival shines into the night, when it gets plugged in on January 19. 

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The third iteration of the festival promises to be 'bigger than ever', with eight installations on display. 

Find the installations inside and outside the Grade II listed building and alongside Electric Boulevard. 

Installations include one by Atelier Haute Cuisine who have enlarged and illuminated a bath plug as a reminder of the importance of clean water and our consumption habits. 

Another artist has taken the retro Slinky toy and supercharged it, while the Eternal Sundown by Mads Vegas returns to douse The Coaling Jetty in a multi-colour sunset. 

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 Now that the power station has opened to the public, onlookers can grab something to eat at one of the station's many restaurants, or at one of the food trucks parked up for the festival. 

Battersea Power Station's Light Festival is free and runs from January 19, 2023 until March 5. 

Address: Circus Road West, Nine Elms, London SW11 8EZ

Website: batterseapowerstation.co.uk