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The reflective, spherical Xmas lights at St Christopher's Place have been created by James Glancy Design and were switched on by Natalia Kremen, the ballerina who plays the Sugar Plum Fairy in English National Ballet's production of 'The Nutcracker', at a ceremony on November 3. November 3 was also the first 'Thank You Thursday' at St Christopher's Place, with carol singing and stores holding taster sessions. Other 'Thank You Thursdays' in the run-up to Christmas are on Nov 10: with lessons in ballet basics (2pm & 6pm) and performances by ballerinas from English National Ballet: Nov 17: with stores offering party makeovers and other offers; Nov 24: with the area's bars, cafés and restaurants offering complimentary winter warmers and other treats. The lights remain on display until Jan 5 2012. To find Christmas lights all around London see www.timeout.com/xmaslights