Girl band MKS, also known as Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan, will launch a festive photography exhibition in London's Victoria on 21 November.
The girl band, which is made up of the founding members of Sugababes, will officially switch on Victoria's lights, illuminating Victoria Street from the station to Buckingham Gate.
A festive photo of MKS will be projected onto the façade of Victoria's Cardinal Place, equivalent to the height of seven double decker buses, to mark the start of a three-night entertainment showcase.
Meanwhile, MKS, who reformed as a group in 2012, will perform their debut single Flatline alongside songs from their new album.
Time Out London's chief photographer Rob Grieg will curate the #CreateChristmas exhibition selecting photos submitted by the public, with each of the photos projected from 5.30pm–7.30pm daily on 21-23 November.
For each photo that makes it into the final exhibition, Create Victoria will donate £1 to youth charity The Prince's Trust as part of its Christmas appeal.
Visitors to the #CreateChristmas exhibition can enjoy live performances on stage, including the London Ballet Company and The Gruffalo performing with The Snail & The Whale, as well as a Christmas food market.
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