1951's Festival of Britain was considered a morale booster for a post-war, austerity-weary nation - but not so for one aggrieved London family. Ordered to vacate their shop and home on the South Bank to make way for the Festival, the Lord family stands their ground in a siege against the system. Superb performances from a top cast (especially Kathleen Harrison) enrich this cheerful comedy.
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