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Lights, Camera, Action!


Roll back the clock to the Golden Age of Hollywood cinema, where the vintage classics never get old.

We're puttin' on the glitz with a star-studded cast inspired by the era's trailblazers, amongst a trove of memorabilia from cinema's glory days of the '30s, '40s and '50s.

Movie theatres and cinematic glam might be a dime a dozen in Tinseltown, but Hollywood Boulevard is a reel above the rest.

The cameras will soon be rolling; are you ready for your close up?

Where, when, and how much?

Date: 24 September 2023
Location: London
Time: 12-5pm (arrivals from 11.30am), refreshments included
Cost: £375


Once home to Charlie Chaplin, now a trove of movie memorabilia, it's one of London's best kept secrets; a loved silver-screen shrine preserving and celebrating every aspect of cinema-going in the 20th century.

In an uncanny location, stashed away behind the melee of London, its secretive nature and odd opening hours means that many don't know of its existence. Even if your taste is more popcorn blockbusters and fancy multiplexes, it's impossible not to be seduced by a place this evocative of a bygone age.

It has the air of a grandad's attic grown wild. It is at once charmingly organised and disorganised — strewn throughout various rooms, stairwells and corridors of the former Lambeth workhouse, with ticket machines, kiosks, projectors, autographed pictures of long lost stars and signs that optimistically state: 'Queue Here'.

If ever there was a cinema laced with nostalgia, this is it.

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