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Hammersmith Palais

The Hammersmith Palais lasted nearly a century as a top spot for nighttime fun. Nights at the Palais reflected the ever-changing demographic makeup of West London and led to cross-cultural interactions of many varieties.

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In “28 Days Later” bike courier Jim awakens from a coma and finds himself in deserted London, beginning a walk that leads him to St. Anne’s church and the horrors inside.