Three To See on 25 Mar: Pigeon Patrol, Eleanor Conway – Walk Of Shame, Science Blast – The Big Bang
By TW Editorial | Published on Saturday 18 March 2017
And today’s ThisWeek-tipped, LDN-based events are…
Pigeon Patrol | Camden People’s Theatre | 25 Mar
This is interesting, because you won’t be sitting down in the theatre, you’ll be off on a nice walk from CPT to Kenwood House. What does this have to do with pigeons, you may be asking? Well, the point is to see the city from the pigeons’ point of view. If you’ve ever read Peter Ackroyd’s biography of London, you may remember his claim that pigeons fly particular routes across the city, and on this urban trek, you’ll be following one of these fly lines. See this page here for more info.
Eleanor Conway – Walk Of Shame | The Albany Great Portland Street | 25 Mar
The energetic and charismatic presence that is Eleanor Conway has some lurid and true tales to tell you about her rather interesting and exciting life, not limited to but including partying round the world as a music journo, tinder-ing her way round London, working for triads in Asia, and making hardcore porn. Brave-hearted souls, head this way for info and to book.
Science Blast – The Big Bang | The Cockpit | 25 Mar (pictured)
Whoo, hoo, it’s one for all the family and it involves, mayhem, destruction, explosions, and, of course, science. Roll up for the sort of science experiment you wouldn’t want to do at home, and maybe even lend a helping hand to your host, The UK’s most dangerous scientist Prof Kaos. See this page here for details.