The Long Good Friday Revisited

John Mackenzie's high adrenalin thriller The Long Good Friday proved remarkably prescient when it was released in 1980 - the story is based on a plan to rebuild East London's docklands with shops and offices and ultimately host the Olympic games. This walk, led by Footprints of London guide Rob Smith, looks at how the filming locations have changed and how the real story of Docklands redevelopment played out.


June 7, 2018

19:00 - 21:30

Admission: £12

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Tower Hill Underground

Trinity Square London EC3N 4DJ