BT London Live at Trafalgar Square
To celebrate the Paralympics, you can watch all of the action plus see cultural performances down at one of London's most iconic locations
BT London Live, which Magic is the official London radio station for, is set to transform one of London’s most iconic landmarks, Trafalgar Square, into the destination to enjoy the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
It will be a wonderful, FREE day out for fun with all the family including Have-A-Go-sports activities, music showcases and live cultural performances, every day from 29 August and 9 September between 11am to 10pm.
Visitors to BT London Live Trafalgar Square will also be able to watch all the London 2012 Paralympic sporting action beamed in live, courtesy of Channel 4, the official Paralympic broadcaster, on a giant, 60m2 state-of- the-art screen plus the chance to see the on-stage appearances from the ParalympicsGB medallists.
Aspiring athletes, disabled and non-disabled, alike, will be able to experience and try out a range of Paralympic sports including Sitting Volleyball, Judo, Athletics Wheelchair Basketball and Wheelchair Tennis on the Have-a-Go Sports Court in what will be one of the world’s most iconic sporting venues for the 12 days of the Games. All equipment needed for each sport will be provided. There will also be free Table Tennis on offer around the Square.
Log on to www.btlondonlive.com for full details.
BT London Live Trafalgar Square operates a first-come, first-served entry system with no ticket required. Entry is subject to capacity.
Live Music continues to be a part of the BT London Live experience during the Paralympic Games, with performances taking place at 1:00pm every day from deaf and disabled artists including Denise Leigh, Lizzie Emeh, Signmark and Heavy Load. Other artists will perform at 7:00pm and include The Beat, Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band, the Fabulous Lounge Swingers, London Calling and songs from the hit musical, Reasons To Be Cheerful. Magic will be on board to interview the Paralympics GB medallists on-stage every evening.