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News & features published on 3 February 2005
IMAX cinema takes $1.2 million for The Polar Express 3D

The BFI London IMAX Cinema has now taken 636,228 in ticket sales for the 3D version of Tom Hanks's Christmas animated film The Polar Express.

Abseil down the Union Jack Club

Local children's charity Childhood First is looking for brave souls to take on the challenge of abseiling down 25 floors (300 feet) of the Union Jack Club in Waterloo on 10 and 11 March 2005.

1.5 million boost for Thames Clippers

Riverbus services on the Thames are set to expand following the news that Thames Clippers has secured venture capital funding to invest in more boats.

Wifi comes to the Royal Festival Hall

The South Bank Centre and The Cloud have launched of one of the UK's largest publicly accessible wireless hotspots at the Royal Festival Hall - but it costs 4.50 an hour.

Bill Nighy filming in Waterloo

Bill Nighy was in Lower Marsh on Sunday filming scenes for the forthcoming Richard Curtis comedy The Girl in the Cafe, to be screened on BBC One later this year as part of the Make Poverty History campaign.

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