Luna Films in Victoria Embankment Gardens
Located right next to Embankment tube station, this beautiful public park opened in 1865 as part of the chain of green open spaces lining the Victoria Embankment.
This secluded parkland, right in the heart of London, was reclaimed from the river Thames in 1862 (to make way for the city’s new state of the art sewer system), and you can still see the original water gate, where boats would pull in to allow passengers to disembark, standing in the gardens, though it’s now 100m from the river’s edge.
This summer, The Luna Cinema’s big screen will make Victoria Embankment Gardens its home for five nights of classic cinema under the stars on the Northbank.
30 July – Crazy Rich Asians
31 July – Forest Gump
6 Aug – Devil Wears Prada
7 Aug – Labyrinth
July 30 - August 7
16 April 2019
American artist and environmental activist Justin Brice Guariglia presents his largest scale installation to date, REDUCE SPEED NOW!
26 April 2019
As part of our commitment to building a community-wide response to serious incidents on 26th April the Northbank will be trialling a new Crisis Communications system.
10 May 2019
An exploration of Brazilian identity.
14 May 2019
As part of the Mayor’s commitment to the UN Safe Cities Initiative the Northbank has pledged to help tackle violence against women and girls in the night economy.