A poignant portrayal of love, life and death in 1950s South Africa, set against a backdrop of growing oppression and violence.
Elephant & Castle residents are used to the bright lights used on film sets, but when high-power lamps were installed around the old London Park Hotel on Friday night, there wasn't a movie camera in sight.
Saturday recap: http://t.co/d4Ypo9eD
'Bankside & Borough then and now' - interesting local history website http://t.co/xoxHvKME
A giant pyramid on the South Bank? Watch BBC2 9.15 http://t.co/QUmWwgKY
The Sins of Southwark Mystery Hunt http://t.co/K9O0co2A
@I_W_M Probably not, unfortunately
Just published - Stalled Elephant & Castle skyscraper site hosts art installation http://t.co/3M3KJrPK
RT @WaterlooLibrar1: Waterloo Library Book Group is reading Journey By Moonlight by Antal Szerb. We will meet on 14th June at 6.30.
Gordon Ramsay has this week received planning permission for his new Union Street Cafe in Great Suffolk Street http://t.co/krguNDGL
Pop-up Bookstall in Trinity Church Square today http://t.co/9afrVVGY
HMS Belfast is hosting a weekend extravaganza of family activities and events to mark the re-opening of the ship http://t.co/jND96VgN
Today's your final chance to visit Monmouth Coffee's Maltby Street outlet - they're on the move: http://t.co/uZv4fvLI
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