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The 1951 Festival of Britain, which saw
the birth of the South Bank arts
complex (the Royal Festival Hall - on the
left here -, the National Theatre and
eventually the National Film Theatre),
originally also had what was called the
'Skylon', a futuristic rocket-shaped
pointy thing that stood roughly between
the Festival Hall and where the London
Eye now stands. This picture contains
three present-day iconic landmarks of London: the Festival Hall, home now to three
orchestras, the London Philharmonic, the Philharmonia and the period ensemble, the
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; the 'Eye'; and the Houses of Parliament, across
the river. Four if you include the Thames itself. On a summer's evening, as here, there
is nothing finer than a stroll along this embankment, taking in a drink at one of the
many watering holes, browsing the outdoor second-hand bookshop outside the Film
Theatre and a quick snack before your concert starts. Then home by riverboat, if
you're lucky.
The 1951 Festival of Britain, which saw the birth of the South Bank arts complex (the
Royal Festival Hall - on the left here -, the National Theatre and eventually the
National Film Theatre), originally also had what was called the 'Skylon', a futuristic
rocket-shaped pointy thing that stood roughly between the Festival Hall and where
the London Eye now stands. This picture contains three present-day iconic landmarks
of London: the Festival Hall, home now to three orchestras, the London Philharmonic,
the Philharmonia and the period ensemble, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment;
the 'Eye'; and the Houses of Parliament, across the river. Four if you include the
Thames itself. On a summer's evening, as here, there is nothing finer than a stroll
along this embankment, taking in a drink at one of the many watering holes, browsing
the outdoor second-hand bookshop outside the Film Theatre and a quick snack before
your concert starts. Then home by riverboat, if you're lucky.
The 1951 Festival of Britain, which saw the
birth of the South Bank arts complex (the
Royal Festival Hall - on the left here -, the
National Theatre and eventually the
National Film Theatre), originally also had
what was called the 'Skylon', a futuristic
rocket-shaped pointy thing that stood
roughly between the Festival Hall and
where the London Eye now stands. This
picture contains three present-day iconic
landmarks of London: the Festival Hall, home now to three orchestras, the London
Philharmonic, the Philharmonia and the period ensemble, the Orchestra of the Age of
Enlightenment; the 'Eye'; and the Houses of Parliament, across the river. Four if you
include the Thames itself. On a summer's evening, as here, there is nothing finer than a
stroll along this embankment, taking in a drink at one of the many watering holes,
browsing the outdoor second-hand bookshop outside the Film Theatre and a quick snack
before your concert starts. Then home by riverboat, if you're lucky.

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The 1951 Festival of Britain, which saw the birth of the South Bank arts complex (the Royal Festival Hall - on the left here -, the National Theatre and eventually the National Film Theatre), originally also had what was called the 'Skylon', a futuristic rocket-shaped pointy thing that stood roughly between the Festival Hall and where the London Eye now stands. This picture contains three present-day iconic landmarks of London: the Festival Hall, home now to three orchestras, the London Philharmonic, the Philharmonia and the period ensemble, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; the 'Eye'; and the Houses of Parliament, across the river. Four if you include the Thames itself. On a summer's evening, as here, there is nothing finer than a stroll along this embankment, taking in a drink at one of the many watering holes, browsing the outdoor second-hand bookshop outside the Film Theatre and a quick snack before your concert starts. Then home by riverboat, if you're lucky.
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