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London, Victoria Park

Victoria Park, London

Victoria Park is one of London’s most important historic parks and its oldest public park. It has been used by millions of Londoners for nearly 170 years as a place of healthy recreation, sports, play and relaxation. The park is the largest in Tower Hamlets, and is bordered on its northern boundary by the London Borough of Hackney. It serves a large residential population in both boroughs and also attracts many tourists and visitors from outside of the borough.

Mayerling

Come and join us for The Royal Ballet’s Mayerling on Thursday 13 June, 2013 at 7.30pm
duration approximately 3 hours. Access to the BP Big Screen area from is from 5.00pm

Pre-performance screening starts at 7.10pm

Performance starts at 7.30pm
Act I lasts 41 mins BP
Interval starts at 8.11pm and lasts 20 mins
Act II begins at 8.31pm and lasts 52 mins
Interval starts at 9.23pm and lasts 20 mins
Act III begins at 9.43pm and lasts 38 mins
Curtain down at 10.21pm
All timings are approximate

What I need to know before I attend:

Access to the BP Big Screen in Victoria Park via Grove road, Gore Road,  Crown Gate West and Royal Gate West.

No glassware permitted – plastic jugs will be available at the screening for decanting all glass bottles.

All seating is on grass so we recommend you bring a cushion or blanket or small portable seating.

Food and Drink – There will be one on-site concession open at the event selling hot and cold drinks. You are welcome to bring your own picnic. Please note no naked flames are permitted on site – including garden candles, barbeques or similar.

Litter and recycling facilities will be available on-site. Please help Tower Hamlets Council and the Royal Opera House minimise costs by placing all rubbish in bins provided, or taking litter home with you.

Please dress appropriately for the anticipated weather conditions.

How do I get there?

Nearest underground stations: Mile End (District and Central lines),Bow Church (DLR), Bethnal Green (Central line).
Nearest rail stations: Cambridge Heath (National Rail) /Hackney Wick Station (London Overground)

Buses: 8, 277, 339, D6

Please visit Transport for London Journey Planner at journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey and for the latest travel news

Parking: there is no parking in the local vicinity