Quite a few exhibits and events are being held this weekend and in the run up to this weekend to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, which burnt most of the city. One of these took place on Saturday evening. The art installation featured lined-up blocks across the city of London which were toppled. The group Station House Opera organised the event, which came to a finale near St. Paul's Cathedral involving piled-up blocks and fire. This art installation was created to mimic how the fire spread throughout London 350 years ago.
Unfortunately, I had to work on Saturday and was not able to go to see the event as I had originally planned, but it looks like it was quite popular. I followed some of the photographs and videos on Twitter, which featured some of the dominoes actually going inside of pubs and churches. I really wish that I could have seen it in person.