Two laser light shows will take place in February half-term.

The free event will be in Chichester at the Canal Basin on February 16 and February 17.

Two performances will take place each night, at 6pm and 7.30pm.

The displays are synchronised to music with the laser beams projected over the canal.

The event, funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, was first organised and held by Chichester District Council last year.

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Chichester District Council's cabinet member for culture and events, Jess Brown-Fuller, said: "The laser shows that we held last year were really well received - we had lots of very positive feedback afterwards.

"I'm sure many people would agree that this time of year can be very quiet and a little flat, and so these events will help give us all something to look forward to and brighten up the evenings.

"Last year's performances were extremely impressive and so we're excited about the prospect of seeing more amazing light and music magic.

"The performances are an innovative way of engaging all age groups in a celebration of our district and its unique historical heritage.

"We're expecting hundreds of people to attend, and it will also be a great way for families to finish off the school half term holiday."

The council will be working with the Chichester Canal Trust for the event.

Members of the Rotary Club of Chichester will be marshals on both evenings and emergency services will also be present.

Visitors can also expect food and drink stalls.