ONE of the biggest shows to be seen at the Edinburgh International Festival – the Speed of Light – could come to Glasgow in 2014.
The event in the capital will see thousands of runners wearing specially designed light suits run around famous peak Arthur's Seat, while up to 15,000 spectators will walk alongside and above the runners, each carrying lit walking staffs.
It is expected to be a spectacular mix of public art and athletic prowess.
Speed of Light has been designed to be a key part of the festival by NVA, the Glasgow company led by artistic director Angus Farquhar.
He says he has plans to extend the art show beyond this summer, and is in talks to bring it to Glasgow.
If the Speed of Light comes to Glasgow in 2014 it is likely to be part of the city's Commonwealth Games celebrations.
He said: "It is the first show like this we can tour and we are already in discussions with other partners for 2014.
"This is a very portable experience.
"We know this is something that can be done anywhere in the world."