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London BFI IMAX
London BFI IMAX

1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XR

1.1km

BFI IMAX is a 500-seat, state-of-the-art, large-format cinema on the South Bank. Watching a film at the BFI IMAX...Read more

Living Life Nightlife Cinemas

BFI Southbank
BFI Southbank

Belvedere Road, London, SE1

1.27km

A four-screen cinema venue showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films each year, with new and...Read more

Nightlife Cinemas

Home to: The Riverfront Cafe,Bar & Restaurant (at BFI Southbank)

Cinema Museum (London)
Cinema Museum

Cinema Museum (London), 2 Dugard Way, London, SE11 4TH

1.53km

History and artefacts of film makingRead more

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Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), 12 Carlton House Terrace, The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH

1.74km

Multi-disciplinary arts centre with exhibit galleriesRead more

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Odeon Tottenham Court Road
Odeon Tottenham Court Road

30 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 1BX

1.79km

ODEON is the largest cinema chain in the UK, with over one hundred cinemas. ODEON entertain more people in the UK...Read more

Nightlife Eating Restaurants Cinemas Fitzrovia Tottenham Court Road

Odeon (Tottenham Court Road)
Odeon (Tottenham Court Road)

30 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 1BX

1.79km

Three-screen cinema showing the latest releases.Read more

Cinemas Fitzrovia Tottenham Court Road

Vue Cinema
Vue Cinema

19 Regent Street, London, SW1Y 4LR

1.86km

Vue Entertainment (Vue) is a leader in the premium entertainment cinema sector in the UK.Committed to continued...Read more

Nightlife Regent Street St James's Cinemas

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Charles Holden And Edward Johnston Brown Plaque - Railway Heritage Feature    Directional sign from Blackfriars tube station, (c1930)    This vitreous enamel sign was situated inside the entrance to the original Blackfriars station and was salvaged during the building work in c1975. The station was heavily redeveloped during that period, resulting in the demolition of the original c1870 highly ornate facade. The sign is typical of those designed for use on the Underground during the late 1920s and early 1930s when much thought was given to the
Lucie Rie Blue Plaque - Dame Lucie Rie 1902-1995 potter lived and worked here from 1939 until her death
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Sudbury Town station   Listed building of National Significance   Architect: Adams, Holden & Pearson Partners, 1932  The original station opened on 28 June 1903 on the Metropolitan District Railway extension from Ealing Common to South Harrow.  It was rebuilt in preparation of the transfer of services to the Piccadilly line on 4 July 1932.  Sudbury Town seen as one of the seminal works of the architect Charles Holden and as such it set many of the elements for the other Underground stations he w
Richard Tauber Blue Plaque - Richard Tauber 1891-1948 lyric tenor lived here in flat 297 1947-1948
Edward Johnston Brown Plaque - Railway Heritage Feature    Richmond Station sign   (c1935-38)    This vitreous enamel sign stood, for many years, outside Richmond Richmond mainline station. Photographic evidence shows it in place by the late 1930s and it appears to have been removed during the 1970s.  The date of manufacture can certainly be better understood given the overall design and various styles of lettering and logos it shows.    During the 1930s, when the new London Transport (formed in 1933) experimented with variou
Olaudah Equiano Green Plaque - Olaudah Equiano (1745-1797) "The African" lived and published here in 1789 his autobiography on suffering the barbarity of slavery, which paved the way for its abolition

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