Wild Walls London

Saturday and Sunday  20-21  September                   All Day 10 am to 5 pm                  FREE entry

The futuristic GLA City Hall was designed by Foster and Partners and completed in 2002.


(image courtesy the GLA)




How to get there ?


GLA City Hall is the offices of of the Mayor of London, the Greater London Authority and the London Assembly. City Hall is on The Queen's Walk SE1 on the south bank of the Thames just west of Tower Bridge. The nearest tube stations are London Bridge (Jubilee/Northern) and Tower Hill/Gateway (Circle/District/DLR), which requires a walk across Tower Bridge.





Films will be screened all day in an area next to the cafe and the end of the London Open House tour route. In the screening area there is limited seating as well as further standing room.


Event held in association with London Open House. City Hall will be open to the public over the weekend.



Please note that last year this Open House was very popular and with security checks on entry queues may form at peak times for entry to the building


Film Program

Click for more information about these films

'BBC Building Sights - Norman Foster'

'Norman Foster - Watch this Space' (1981)

'Things to Come' (short extract) by W C Menzies and Alexander Korda (1936)

'Light-Space Modulator' by Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (1930 - D - b/w - 5 min)


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Click for more info on Norman Foster
  Click for more info on Moholy-Nagy


Click to open page to read the GLA on City Hall
  Click to open website of the GLA

Thanks to Geoff Snell at the GLA, London Open House and Foster and Partners

Copyright The Felix Trust for Art, 2003