Film London on Location
Date posted: 01.03.2007
Film London on Location is now open to the public. Catch this free exhibition at City Hall (The Queen’s Walk, SE1) until 8 March.
The exhibition is a showcase of film locations from across the capital. Original photography by Jamie Lumley sits alongside a selection of stills from London-shot films.
Locations include Wilton’s Music Hall where Chaplin (1992) and Interview with the Vampire (1994) were filmed, the South Bank which starred in Hitchcock’s Frenzy (1972), and Kensington Palace which featured in The Queen (2006).
The locations are all easy to view or visit and provide a brief snapshot of the many titles which have filmed in London.
The exhibition is open from 8am - 8pm daily, including this coming weekend (3 and 4 March, 10am - 5pm).
Nearest tube stations are London Bridge and Tower Hill.
Read the full press release.