London’s infamous jewellery quarter will be showing an exclusive viewing of The Hatton Garden Job, a film about the largest burglary in English history, which took place in the heart of the area on Easter weekend two years ago.
The film will be shown outdoors in the location where it was filmed, and will be accompanied by a Q&A with one of the stars – Larry Lamb.
Based on real-life events which took place in the jewellery quarter, the films retells the story of when four elderly men achieved the seemingly impossible – breaking into the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company by drilling into a steel-and-concrete secured area.
The heist, led by 76 year-old Brian Reader (Larry Lamb) and one mystery man (Matthew Goode), saw a total value of up to £200 million stolen (although this value keeps rising) and the incident has been dubbed the “largest heist in English legal history”.
Ticket include a welcome drink, Q&A with Larry Lamb and outdoor film screening in the heart of Hatton Garden Jewellery Quarter.
Exclusive three course meal plus a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne and film tickets at both The Bleeding Heart Restaurant and The Bleeding Heart Bistro are also available.
All those involved in the real life heist have now been caught and convicted.