What happens when four out-of-condition clueless middle managers are forced on the outdoor awayday from hell? The City Adventurers headed to the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch to find out. Socially distanced The website assured us there would be socially distanced seating throughout the run of this production, so we tapped in our credit card details… More Neville’s Island
London’s only cable car, Emirates Air Line, crosses the Thames between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks. A while ago a group of us took the trip from Greenwich. The cable car is only a short walk from North Greenwich Tube station, near the O2. The journey across the river takes about 10 minutes. What… More The Emirates Air Line experience
As the City Adventurers are not able to go to the theatre, it’s great that there are online theatre shows coming to them. National Theatre At Home Last week we were able to watch “One Man, Two Guvnors” being shown by the National Theatre At Home. Francis Henshall, played by James Corden, becomes minder to… More A Night At The….
Sunday afternoon the City Adventurers took a trip to Upstairs at the Gatehouse in Highgate. Luckily we were a small group as this theatre above the Gatehouse pub is small, seating just 122 people. We were surprised to find when we collected our tickets, that they were not for numbered seats, but allowed us to… More Elton John: It’s a Little Bit Funny at the Gatehouse
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At this time of year a lot of families make their annual trip to a pantomime. This form of family entertainment was developed in England, although it’s origins can be traced back to classical theatre. Performed throughout the United Kingdom during the Christmas and New Year season, the shows tell stories based on well-known fairy tales.… More Pantomime season…oh yes it is!