Battersea Power Station

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  • Address:

    Battersea Power Station Footpath beneath Grosvenor Bridge
    SW8 4NN

  • Transport:

    Rail: Battersea Park

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    1. Battersea Power Station
      • Footpath beneath Grosvenor Bridge
        SW8 4NN
      • 51.480815,-0.140555

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Everyman: The Power of Summer

Film

Cemeteries, swimming pools, car-park roofs. Outdoor cinemas are popping up in all sorts of nooks this summer. But for a killer location, nothing beats Battersea Power Station. For seven weeks from July 10, Everyman is opening a 250-seat outdoor cinema...

Everyman: The Power of Summer
  1. Until Sun Aug 31
  2. Battersea Power Station
  3. £10-£25
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Totally Thames: Fire Garden

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  • Free

As part of the Totally Thames festival, the French arts collective Carabosse will be bringing the heat with their Fire Garden. The work – which includes steam- and fire-powered kinetic sculptures, flaming installations and a fire maze – is inspired by...

Totally Thames: Fire Garden
  1. Fri Sep 5 – Sat Sep 6
  2. Battersea Power Station
  3. Free
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K. Southern

I am excited to get the chance to wander about this iconic landmark. Each time I pass it I stare upon it hoping for an opportunity to get up close. Thanks to Open House weekend I can! I can't wait!

Isobelle

This iconic landmark has potent memories for me, studying in London and commuting, the trains from Waterloo slow down near there and you could see its approach. Its looks commanded daydreams of futurism and how design changed the landscape for good or bad. It became a familiar sight and sparked thoughts in my own space. I did live on Battersea Bridge Park Rd for a while, my first dog as a toddler came from Battersea Dog’s Home. I was in a local Fish 'n Chip shop when Jimi Hendrix died. The glorious Battersea Bridge I’d walk across in the early hours of the morning lit by glittering light globes. Yes, Battersea has plenty of memories and the Power Station is THE icon. The Brits need to keep it and build in and around it’s spaces, living in a mini-city there would be an amazing porous landmark.