Time Out says
The stunning glass sculptures of Dale Chihuly (the man behind the giant chandelier in the V&A’s entrance hall) have been exploding out of Kew Garden’s glorious foliage since April. Now see them sparkle as they’re lit-up after dark at these special lates. Listen out for a soundtrack played by live musicians - including the UK’s only glass harmonica player - responding to the beautiful art. Stick around after for food and drinks from the brand new Pavilion Cafe.
|Venue name:||Kew Gardens|
Royal Botanic Gardens
|Transport:||Tube: Kew Gardens/Kew Bridge rail|
|Opening hours:||Mar 27-Aug 29 Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm, Sat, Sun and bank holidays 10am-7.30pm; Aug 30-Oct 29 daily 10am-6pm; Oct 30-Feb 10 2017 daily 10am-3.45pm; Feb 11-May 25 2017 daily 10am-5.30pm. Closed Dec 24 and 25. (Last entry 30 minutes before closing, some attractions close earlier, check on arrival.)|
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