The Red House, Patrice Warrner, Lumiere Durham 2015. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews.

Lumiere Durham: Tell us what you thinkBack to all


November 18th, 2015

Did you come to Lumiere Durham? 

Durham County Council, the commissioner of Lumiere, and Artichoke, the event producers, are keen to hear about your festival experience. A survey is being carried out independently by Durham University.

The questionnaire is anonymous; your responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and you won’t be contacted again. As a thank you for your time, if you provide your e-mail address you’ll be entered in a draw to win £100 of Marks & Spencer vouchers.

Take part in the survey.

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