Where’s Santa going to park his sleigh? Where will the party people dance? Where will the secret lovers huddle to see New Year’s fireworks? Yes, it’s December – you’ll be needing rooftops and balconies.
As the big hand strikes…
Big Ben has not cornered the market; film your rooftop party as the clock strikes midnight just a few feet away. From the balcony you’re above the rooftops of Croydon and beyond. Inside, the period features give your intimate party scene a further historical flourish.
Croydon Town Hall’s historic clock tower was finished in 1896 – in Kentish red bricks, Portland stone dressings and green Westmoreland roof slates.
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Albert Barnes House
Off with a bang
Already playing it’s part this Christmas, Albert Barnes House features in the rollicking, great-fun movie Get Santa.
Wraparound rooftop views dish up Lambeth Palace, the Palace of Westminster, the London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard and Canary Wharf – plus fireworks over the Thames on New Year’s Eve.
The 18-storey, 1960s housing estate is on New Kent Road in Southwark, central London.
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Any trendy house party is going to look great from this 1960s tower block, just off City Road.
Islington’s Peregrine House stands a whopping 27 storeys high and proudly features in Cancer Research UK’s latest inspirational commercial.
The imposing skyscraper overlooks a park, playground and ball court and much of north London, with loads of room for all your vehicles in the underground car park.
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Kenneth More Theatre
You couldn’t ask for… More
Redbridge’s Kenneth More Theatre is a higgledy-piggledy affair, oozing charm and character.
Aside from it’s brilliant views and the quirky rooftop features, this film-friendly theatre in the heart of Ilford has five dressing rooms, a chorus room, light and sound control room, box office, bar with large reception area, and lots of backstage space.
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