Wednesday November 22nd 2017

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Situated between the St Paul's cathedral and the Millennium Bridge, there is always some excitement happening at or around the Centre Page Our neighbours include; The Tate Modern, Tower of London, Bank of England, The River Thames, The Famous Fleet Street, and the London Eye. So plan your visit wisely and enjoy the best that London has to offer!

Or be surprised & watch a whale float down the Thames

Or even stumble across a film or T.V Show being filmed close by; Run fat boy Run, The Flood, Dr Who, Film 28 days later, American Werewolf in London, Harry Potter and the half blood prince, latest film, shot on location around the millennium bridge, Stay around and you are sure to see some film or even a Music Video being produced (Mr. Hudson You Tube amongst others)

Recent Event

The Centre Page

Scott Mills recently filmed at The Centre Page for his new Program;
In search of The Hoff

He interviewed Justin our Manager!

Up & Coming

Fire fighter’s Parade In September each year
A Service of Remembrance is held, followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the Memorial.
The organisation of these services is undertaken with the assistance of the London Fire Brigade, together with other Brigades within the United Kingdom.

Tour De France Saturday July 4th to Sunday July 26th 2009
The line between insanity and genius
is said to be a fine one, and in early 20th century France, anyone envisaging a near-2,500-km-long cycle race across the country would have been widely viewed as unhinged. But that didn�t stop G�o Lef�vre, a journalist with L�Auto magazine at the time, from proceeding with his inspired plan. His editor, Henri Desgrange, was bold enough to believe in the idea and to throw his backing behind the Tour de France. And so it was that, on 1 July 1903, sixty pioneers set out on their bicycles from Montgeron. After six mammoth stages (Nantes to Paris, 471 km), only 21 �routiers�, led by Maurice Garin, arrived at the end of this first epic.

Lord Mayor Show The 2009 Lord Mayor�s Show will be on Saturday 14 November at 11am
The Lord Mayor�s procession winds through nearly 800 years of London�s history, marching unscathed through everything from the black death to the blitz. In the 17th century it was inconvenienced by the building site that would later become St Paul�s Cathedral. In the twentieth it was the first event ever to be broadcast live on television. In the 21st, it�s a day out for half a million people, with millions more watching on the BBC.

Flora London Marathon In 1979, hours after having run the New York Marathon
the former Olympic champion Chris Brasher wrote an article for The Observer which began: "To believe this story you must believe that the human race be one joyous family, working together, laughing together, achieving the impossible. Last Sunday, in one of the most trouble-stricken cities in the world, 11,532 men and women from 40 countries in the world, assisted by over a million black, white and yellow people, laughed, cheered and suffered during the greatest folk festival the world has seen." Enchanted with the sight of people coming together for such an occasion, he concluded questioning "..whether London could stage such a festival?"

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New Years Day Parade January 1st 2009 The greatest annual street parade in Europe
In its 22nd year history the New Year�s Day Parade has had just about everything: a marching elephant, a world-record attempt, a three-headed man and a fire-breathing dragon. It has also helped raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity, and has welcomed among its participants visitors from as far afield as the United States, Japan, South Africa and the Caribbean.

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Annual Events

London Jazz Festival 2009 13th November 2009 until 22nd November 2009
Southbank Centre, South Bank Centre, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XX
If jazz is dead, someone forgot to tell the thousands of performers and fans who flock to London for this annual festival.

BFI 53rd London Film Festival 14th October 2009 until 29th October 2009
BFI Southbank previously the National Film Theatre), Belvedere Road, South Bank & venues across London, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XT
Every October the BFI Southbank and cinemas across London host the London Film Festival, now in its 53rd year and still attracting Hollywood players and Indie film-makers from around the globe. As well as a few blockbuster premieres, gala films and celebrity-studded ceremonies, there is a commendable amount of programme time given over to small independent films, foreign language cinema and documentary work. Any film fan is sure to find several films and events to entice them in this rich and varied programme.

Sold Out 1st October 2009 until 17th January 2010
Tate Modern, Bankside Power Station, Southwark, London, SE1 9TG
Pop Art gets a radical re-sizing at Tate Modern with artists like be Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst re-examined.

Turner and the Masters 23rd September 2009 until 24th January 2010
Tate Britain, Millbank, Westminster, London, SW1P 4RG
This Tate Britain exhibition reads like a who's who of old masters. With its impressive collection of paintings by Turner, the gallery is well positioned.

London Open House Weekend 19th September 2009 and 20th September 2009
Various Venues Across London
So many of London's architectural landmarks are closely guarded secrets, off-limits to Joe Public. It's tantalizing to imagine what goes on behind those closed doors.

Mayor's Thames Festival 12th September 2009 and 13th September 2009
Southbank Centre, Bankside and Embankment, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XX
Over half a million visitors usually attend the Thames Festival which takes place over two days on the banks of the river between Tower Bridge.

Notting Hill Carnival 2009 30th August 2009 and 31st August 2009
Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, and Westbourne Grove, Kensington and Chelsea, London, W10 5QZ
Held since 1966, the Notting Hill Carnival is under threat for 2009 due to concerns over public safety. Originally a local affair for west London's.

Liberty 2009 29th August 2009
Trafalgar Square, , Westminster, London, WC2N 5DN
This annual festival in support of London's disability rights, Liberty in Trafalgar Square, features disabled performers, musicians, actors and dancers, alongside a host of stalls.

London Bridge Festival 10th July 2009 until 25th July 2009
Various Venues in London Bridge Area, Southwark, London, SE1 9SP
Billing itself as 'Like Edinburgh Fringe but in the middle of London', the London Bridge Festival is a mish mash of arts events taking place.

Pride London 2009 4th July 2009
Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Westminster, London, WC2H 7BP
For the past few years London's Pride Parade has been growing in scale and ambition. Now increasing numbers of straight folk are also turning up.

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