Festival Gardens, St Paul's Cathedral

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Join us at the award-winning Festival Gardens, a beautiful expanse of scenic greenery in the centre of London that provides one of the most memorable views of St Paul's Cathedral from anywhere in the capital. Originally laid out over a large area of bomb damaged land after WWll and redesigned as part of the City's contribution to the Festival of Britain in 1951, the impressive lawns and raised paved terrace provide the perfect place to relax with the historic Cathedral as a stunning backdrop. The gardens are home to the sculpture 'The Young Lovers' by Gerog Ehrlich, which is well worth a look before you settle in to watch the film.

PLEASE NOTE: screenings at this venue will be silent with WiFi headsets provided.  

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Festival Gardens

St Paul's / Mansion House

Picnics [with alcohol] permitted

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