What's On @ L2B 2020
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Than Other Shows!
To book your trade stand place for the London to Brighton 2020, you can download a form from this page or contact email@example.com. The event takes place on Sunday 17th May 2020.
Due to limited space we are restricting traders to three sizes of stand: (£POA)
Option One: Trade stands with 10 meter frontage*
Option Two: Trade stands with 6 meter frontage*
Option Three: Trade stands with 3 meter frontage*
Prices have once again been frozen, with no increase for 2020!
We should mention that at last year’s event we sold 2,100 car tickets, being sold-out in a matter of hours. We are confident that we will again attract over 10,000 people, making the L2B the largest one make car show in the world!
All tickets are pre-booked which assures attendance numbers, and when you combine this with an event that has a standing place in the calendar and a proven track record it makes this show the one show you should definitely attend in 2020. We strongly recommend you book your space early, to be assured of a place in a prime location at the centre of the drive.
*Stand width depends on exact location allocated however average is between 4m and 6m. If you intend to place vehicles on your stand please state this on your booking form to ensure we allow sufficient space max stand size allowed is 20m. (Non-professional auto jumblers should contact prior to booking)
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Everyman Cinema Crystal Palace
The London & Surrey Mini Owners Club has teamed up with Everyman Cinemas to bring a special screening of the classic film: The Italian Job at the local Crystal Palace Everyman Cinema. Just a 5-minute walk away from Crystal Palace Park. The programme time starts at 7pm on Saturday 16th May 2020 & availability of seats is strictly limited – book your seats now on the link below to guarantee your place to watch The Italian Job on the BIG SCREEN at the London to Brighton Mini Run.
After 8 years of passionate campaigning by the Picture Palace Campaign, local residents who wished to see a return of a cinema to the area, finally attracted Everyman Cinemas to purchase the old picture house. The building, opened as a cinema in 1928, has had a total makeover; ornate chandeliers in the new auditoriums, snazzy bars, a swanky lounge luxurious furniture and stunning decors have added a huge amount of class to the grand old venue. The venue is truly stunning inside with comfy sofa cinema seats, licensed bar & extensive food menu, all delivered to your seat!
For Just £16.70 per person, you can secure a ticket!
25 Church Road
The prominent Art Deco building at the heart of the Crystal Palace triangle, that originally opened as the The Rialto Cinema in 1928, has been lovingly being restored and given a new lease of life by Everyman.
The vast main auditorium has been cleverly divided up to form 4 separate screens, each with their own feel and identity. The smaller screens are characterised by the use of contemporary forms and finishes, whilst within the main screen, the original detailing has been restored to ensure that the charm of the original art deco cinema is not lost.
Everyman Crystal Palace also boasts two bars area, the first at ground floor which offers a grand brass and marble bar with a collection of intimate seating areas and, on the first floor, the more cosy space gives amazing views towards central London.
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