Commissioned by Bradly Dyer, on behalf of Cirque du Soleil, this year’s Christmas tree at St Pancras International is something special.

Standing at 12 metres tall, this giant Christmas tree includes Amaluna’s water bowl as it’s centrepiece.  The bowl shows underwater projections taken from the Amaluna show.   The main feature however, is a special fibre optic display, which lights up each time a member of the public sends a “tap to donate” text to Oxfam while it’s installed.

Oxfam supporter, Sara Cox, officially switched-on the lights of the Cirque du SoleilAmaluna Christmas Tree, following a performance in the station by the cast of the production.

Daniel Lamarre, president and CEO of Cirque du Soleil, commented: “We are proud and truly honoured to contribute to the St Pancras International Christmas tree tradition by bringing this unique, vibrant and spectacular Cirque du Soleil touch to it. The initiative also celebrates our longstanding relationship with London and the warm welcome we receive every time we perform here. We are excited to have the opportunity to give back to the community in such a meaningful way.”