Lighting up London for O2 as we raised the roof to help share fans’ support for the England rugby team as they take on the world …

Rainy autumn Monday nights are meant to be quiet right?

Not so in the land of Hope&Glory as this last Monday the O2 team helped to transform The O2 in to a canvas for a spectacular 3-D projection light show – complete with classical artist Laura Wright performing on the top.

Designed to inspire fans all over the world to tweet their messages of support and get behind the England Rugby Team, the world’s largest light projection show was unveiled as Laura Wright belted out a stirring rendition of Jerusalem from the roof of the iconic venue.

From 8.00 pm every evening over the next seven weeks O2 will be handing the show over to fans, who, in a world first, will be able to have their tweets of support displayed on the roof of The O2. Jonny Wilkinson, Victoria Pendleton, James Anderson and members of O2’s Rose Army were amongst the first people to have their tweets projected, with thousands and thousands more predicted to appear.

With some truly beautiful images of projection we have achieved plenty of top coverage to date with the Evening Standard, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph amongst them …

Plenty more is set to follow over the coming weeks so watch this space and make sure you Tweet your support for England using #WearTheRose to take part.