How to find Godzilla in London

How to find Godzilla in London

The new film comes out on Thursday and in an attempt to contain our excitement we looked to find Godzilla in London. And here are our results…

1. Godzilla (2014) | Out Thursday 15 May 2014

Yes we were all thinking, oh no not another remake, but this one has come good. We saw an exclusive 12 minute preview which blew us away, the tension is palpable and visuals stunning. Our tip is to see it in 3D at the Sky Superscreen at the O2 or in DBOX motion seats.

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2. Reptiles at London Pet Show | This weekend

Here you can meet all sorts of weird and wonderful creatures in the zone sponsored and organised by Exo Terra, the market leader in reptile products for the natural terrarium.

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Photo Credit: Tambako the Jaguar via Compfight cc

3. Godzilla, Directed by Ishiro Honda (1954) | Greenwich Picturehouse | Monday 12 May | 8.30pm

The original uncut version of GODZILLA, the classic apocalyptic monster movie from 1950s Japan. Japan’s first foray into big-budget sci-fi, with its model cityscapes and early special effects that delight cult film fans, is not only a spectacular piece of entertainment but also resonates with a striking pertinence today.

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4. The Dinosaurs at Crystal Palace Park

The iconic dinosaurs were the Victorians’ answer to Jurassic Park. Sculptor and fossil expert Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins and founder of the National History Museum Richard Owen erected the model dinosaurs when the park first opened.

Download a free audio tour to discover the heritage of the park here

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5. ArcelorMittal Orbit

Hailed by the tabloids in 2012 as the ‘Godzilla of Public Art’ newly dubbed Arcelor Mittal is a design original. Explore inside & see amazing views of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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Rupert Dannreuther

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