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The London Screenwriters' Festival 2011 is hosted by Regent’s College, centred in the heart of London and within the beautiful grounds of Regents Park.

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Getting to the The London Screenwriters' Festival 2011

Via London Underground

Exit Baker Street tube station, take the Marylebone Road exit and turn left. Walk past Madame Tussauds, before taking the next left onto York Gate, which continues onto York Bridge. Follow the road into Regent's Park and the main entrance to Regent's College will be on your left-hand side. Total walking time is approximately 5 minutes.

Please note that Baker Street Underground Station is not wheelchair accessible.

Via Bus
As an alternative to the London Underground, there are a number of bus routes to and from the Baker Street and Marylebone area. See the Bus & Route map [pdf] for more details.

London buses are wheelchair accessible as they are low-floor vehicles (excluding Heritage buses on routes 9 and 15). This means that they lower to street level when the bus stops and the doors open. There is room for one wheelchair.

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Via Rail
London's major railway stations have immediate access to the Underground system. Simply take the underground to Baker Street and follow the instructions above. Visit National Rail Enquiries for up to date information on Train services and times in the UK.

By Road
When arriving in central London, take the A501 (Marylebone Road) and turn into York Gate. Cross York Bridge and you will find Regent's College on your left-hand side. The AA Route planner is a good resource for finding your way around London by road.

All licensed taxis (black cabs) are accessible to people using wheelchairs.

Address: Regent's College, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NS, United Kingdom

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Regent’s College recently launched is the London School of Film, Media and Performance, led by David Hanson, a successful scriptwriter with BAFTA, Ace and Golden Rose of Montreux awards to his name. It offers intensive hands-on training for a wide, fast-growing and rapidly-changing industry, and looks to that industry to guide and shape the development of the creative individuals and leaders of tomorrow.