3 Different things to do in London
1. The Comedy Store, Piccadilly Circus
I would really recommend a trip to London’s Comedy Store for anyone who loves a good laugh. It showcases live comedy at its best with a range of shows including ‘The Best in Stand Up’, featuring popular comedians with their most current material and ‘Comedy Store Players’ which is a totally improvised stand up show.
The comedians often interact with the audience so don’t sit at the front if you are easily embarrassed! Drinks are inevitably flowing all evening at the bar so it is bound to end up a social and most enjoyable evening.
This is a great alternative to the theatre and other pricey tourist events with all tickets being £20 and under, proving to be most popular with the local crowd. It will leave you really appreciating the talent of stand up comedians; the audience doesn’t always give them a smooth ride!
2. See the city from the water
Hop aboard a London RIB voyage at the London Eye Millennium Pier for a high-speed, exhilarating tour on the river Thames. This is an exciting and much more original way to view some the iconic sites such as Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf.
Departing hourly from the London Eye, your tour is accompanied by comedian and West End guides to add a little something extra to the experience.
3. Dine in the dark
Experience a totally different dining experience at the London restaurant Dans Le Noir. Here you can choose between 4 surprise menus to eat and drink in the pitch black whilst you are served by blind staff.
The concept behind this restaurant is to get your senses flowing, especially the taste buds, so that customers can truly focus and enjoy the food they are eating without necessarily knowing what it is.
Maybe this is not for everyone – fussy eaters in particular, but it’s definitely worth a visit just to experience something unique.
During your stay in London, consider renting an apartment as your accommodation to get a better feel of the city; check out Oh-London’s huge selection.
Have you visited London? What else should people see and do?
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