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Queen’s Park is a 12 hectare park managed by the City of London and has been open to the public since 1887. Queen's Park is a registered charity.

Queen's Park is a fine example of a well-loved and hugely popular city park. The overall aim of the City of London is to provide well looked-after surroundings and facilities to meet the needs of the park's many visitors, remaining true to the vision of its Victorian founders.

It provides a welcome splash of green in one of the most densely populated parts of London, serving the residents of the London Borough of Brent in which it is located, as well as Londoners in general. Facilities include six all-weather tennis courts, a pitch and putt course, a pétanque pitch, an ornamental garden, a children's playground with paddling pool, a small zoo and a café.

Registered charity no. 232986​​

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Where is the Nomad showing Little Miss Sunshine (15)
Date:
19 Sep 2015
Time:
18:15 - 21:30
Location:
Queen's Park
Cost:
£8.75 - £28.50

This 2006 American indie grew from a well-regarded Sundance Film Festival hit into a rapturously adored Oscar underdog, winning gongs for Alan Arkin and screenwriter Michael Arndt. A pre-teen wannabe beauty queen piles into a creaky old camper van with her arguing parents, suicidal uncle, batty grandpa and emo older brother for a cross-country road trip towards the mother of all beauty pageants. Pathos, wicked jokes and an ultimately uplifting experience come courtesy of an unbeatable comedy cast including Alan Arkin, Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Paul Dano, Steve Carell and nine-year-old Abigail Breslin, whose climactic performance to Rick James’ Super Freak is unforgettable. Oh, and the rest of the soundtrack’s a stonker as well.

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Where is the Nomad showing Withnail and I (15)
Date:
26 Sep 2015
Time:
18:00 - 21:30
Location:
Queen's Park
Cost:
£6.75 - £28.50

It’s the late 1960's. Two unemployed (and unemployable) broke British actors, Withnail (Richard E Grant) and his best friend I (Paul McGann) take a holiday to the country. This pointed black comedy follows the actors' misadventures as the trip quickly turns into a nightmare, thanks in large part to Withnail's uncle Monty (played by the late, great and much missed Richard Griffiths).

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