London was ablaze with all manner of fiery phenomena on Saturday (September 3) as the capital commemorated the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London.
Pyrotechnic sculptures burst into life outside the Tate Modern; breeze blocks collapsed like dominoes in a crescendo of fire; and Londoners gorged themselves on flame-roasted treats.
These were just some of the incredible sights on offer as the London's Burning arts festival marked three-and-a-half centuries since the blaze which changed the face of the city.
There was lots more happening on Sunday, with a grand finale at 8.30pm, when a 120m-long model of London's 17th-century skyline will go up in flames on the Thames .
You can learn more about securing the best vantage point in our handy guide to the floating fire and other highlights of the festival.