Take a look at these eight stunning photos of Newcastle's laser light show.

See these eight dazzling photos of what Newcastle's New Year's eve laser show will look like

A stunning laser display is set to fill the night skies across the region to celebrate New Year’s eve – and the lights can be seen from as far as a ten-mile radius from the city centre.

As another year draws to a close, a trial run of the spectacular laser light display went ahead in Newcastle last night, December 29.

The stunning light show will run across three days from tonight, December 30, after the traditional fireworks display was cancelled this year amid fears over coronavirus.

High-powered lasers will be seen from a number of locations in Newcastle which includes, the Quayside, Hadrian’s Tower and Newcastle Civic Centre, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Sage Gateshead and the Tyne Bridge.

Weather permitting, you will see the lasers of light from as far as a ten-mile radius from the city centre and will be able to control the beams using a smartphone.

Take a look at these impressive photos of the show ahead of its debut tonight.

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