Remember that poll we did, asking for the best London film of all time? Course you do. Well, the winning flick, The Long Good Friday, will receive a special screening this Sunday (30 May) at the Museum of London.
Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren star in this classic 1980 movie of Docklands derring-don't, with warring gangsters and dubious business deals set against a background of dilapidated, riverine London.
As part of the celebrations marking the opening of the Museum of London's new modern galleries, the film is being screened free of charge, with no booking needed, in association with Londonist. Simply turn up to the museum's new Weston Theatre for a 6pm start. If you wanna come along, feel free to join our Facebook event page, and we might arrange some beers nearby after the film. See you there.