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Stars turn out for BFI Awards at LSO St Luke’s

LSO St Luke’s recently played host to many well known actors, actresses and directors as the film industry turned out to celebrate the BFI London Film Festival Awards 2011.

It’s the second time LSO St Luke’s, an 18th century Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, has hosted the film awards, with Liam Neeson and Gillian Anderson among the stars who attended the culmination of the annual film festival.

The event recognises the creative excellence of both new and established film making talent. Hosted by Marcus Brigstocke, the four awards were presented to some of the most respected figures in the film world, including Ralph Fiennes and David Cronenberg who received the BFI Fellowship. Victoria Steinitz, sales and events manager at LSO St Luke’s, comments: “It’s a great accolade that we were chosen to host the BFI London Film Festival Awards for the second time in a row. It is recognition of the hard work of our staff in organising successful large-scale events, as well as the clients love for the venue. The success of this awards evening highlights the diverse range of events LSO St Luke’s is capable of hosting.”

A sophisticated and stylish venue in the centre of the city, LSO St Luke’s is used regularly by the London Symphony Orchestra for rehearsals as well as hosting concerts and educational workshops. It is also available for corporate and private events such as conferences, meetings and evening events with a capacity of up to 450 people in the Jerwood Hall.


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