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Righto,

Will be in London with work and will have saturday and sunday free.

 

Basically i am looking for some fun stuff to do that is pretty central.

 

Basically i have two days and want to make the most of it.

 

 

Any ideas at all.

 

I know this is a broad topic but feel free to throw out as many ideas as you want.

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Righto,

Will be in London with work and will have saturday and sunday free.

 

Basically i am looking for some fun stuff to do that is pretty central.

 

Basically i have two days and want to make the most of it.

 

 

Any ideas at all.

 

I know this is a broad topic but feel free to throw out as many ideas as you want.

 

Say no more, squire.

 

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Christ, a couple of days- that's quite pressuring to come up with something for you to do. I'm nearly 30 and have been to London hundreds of times and there's still shit load of things I haven't done and places I haven't been to.

 

So on that note, you should definitely get a Lithuanian whore.

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I shall be going to that London next weekend, I'm going to see the Edvard Munch exhibition at Tate Modern and Grayson Perry's Vanity Of Small Difference at the Miro. Plenty of stuff like that if that's your thing.

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Just be aware that it's pretty crazy at the moment, I had a walk along the south bank on Wednesday and couldn't believe how many temporary structures and things were going up for the games. Worst of all, my favourite pub, the Mug House, off Tooley St under London Bridge, is closed for 2 weeks while they turn it into a Swiss themed pub for the Olympics. (the Swiss team must be staying in that area, as there's a temporary studio and Swiss radio bus parked next door. Bastards.

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I shall be going to that London next weekend, I'm going to see the Edvard Munch exhibition at Tate Modern and Grayson Perry's Vanity Of Small Difference at the Miro. Plenty of stuff like that if that's your thing.

Munch is excellent Keith, hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

 

I hear Brownie does a great escort service for tourists. You should contact him on here.

:laugh: World class. (the joke, not the service)

 

If you're a James Bond fan I recommend the Designing James Bond exhibition at the Barbican.

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Priceless London Wonderground

 

I'm going to a Freakshow style thing later in August but they've got a load of weird shows going on throughout July and August

 

Rooftop Film Club

 

It's in Hoxton so you might think it's going to be silent, black and white films. But nothing too arty, they show films like Big Lebowski, Ghostbusters etc on the rooftop of a pub where you can drink and smoke...heaven!

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The OP didn't specify when exactly he was in London but if it's next month the BFI are having a Hitchcock season.

 

Some find it dull, but I love The London Transport Museum. It contains several classic carriages, lot's on photos and documentation of the development of London's transport network and a tube driving console (it's surprisingly difficult to park a tube train). If you're into history and engineering it's definately worth a look.

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