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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
25th April 1946 Christopher Fry's Phoenix too Frequent, premieres in London
25th April 1944 Strictly star Len Goodman was born in Bethnal Green.
25th April 1896 Sidney Jones and Harry Greenbacks musical premieres in London
25th April 1660 London Convention Parliament begins
St George in the East
The church in Long Good Friday where Harold's car gets blown up.
Location: Cannon Street Road, London, E1 0BH
Description: This is one of Nicholas Hawksmoor's churches which survived being badly hit during the blitz in 1941.
It was here the 1980 British gangster movie The Long Good Friday that Harold Shand's mum goes to a service and when his Rolls Royce is blown up in the churchyard. Her lucky escape triggered the chain of events in the rest of the film.