Banksy’s Lambeth Palace Cinema


Banksy created this pop-up cinema, called the “Lambeth Palace”, for the premiere of his Academy Award nominated documentary “Exit Through the Gift Shop”.

Banksy’s pop-up cinema was created in the abandoned railway tunnels underneath Waterloo train station. He created it to host the premiere screenings of his motion picture debut production. This 150-seat cinema only existed for one week, but the space is now used by The Old Vic for theatrical productions.

Banksy created more than just a cinema. He created a space wherein many of his unique artworks were exhibited. He even had a portable snack bar in the form of an abandoned ice cream truck.

written by russelldarling on 2011-05-08 #places #cinema #graffiti #street-art #location #banksy #venue #lcg

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  1. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    Very, very nice!

  2. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    luky u, great place

  3. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·


  4. nock
    nock ·

    cool! Banksy rules and Mr Brainwash sucks ehhehehe

  5. jenbo
    jenbo ·

    amazing!! i want to go there!!!

  6. willyboy
    willyboy ·

    There's a few interesting spaces like this dotted around.

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