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Unusual things to do in London this week with Thinking Bob: 9th – 15th December

Up for some geeky, interesting and unusual things to do in London this week? We’ve got you covered…

Take a look at our recommended selection of events that are too good to miss this week.

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  • National Portrait Gallery and a Pub Lunch

    September 23, 2019
    Join us for a day of culture and art, followed by a lovely pub lunch to brave the cold weather outside.

    The National Portrait Gallery is an art gallery in London housing a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.
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  • Evening at Draughts

    September 20, 2019
    With too many games to chose from, join us down at Draughts for a night of games and foolery.
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  • Cocktail Bar & Dancing at Zebrano

    August 29, 2019
    Join is for a night of cocktails and dancing at the famous Zebrano!

    Zebrano is in the heart of Soho – an entertaining venue where fun is coupled with old school hospitality, enabling great people to meet great people.
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  • HiddenCity: MIND OF THE MAKER

    August 22, 2019
    Wayland, the mythical craftsman, challenges you to uncover a city transformed by imagination. Once a visionary smith sought by gods and kings alike, he now invites you on a journey of cryptic clues. On your adventure, you’ll uncover a legacy of ice empires, floating literature, and frozen fiery cream. Solve his final challenge, and he might have something for you…
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  • A Visit to Charlton House and an Afternoon Tea

    August 21, 2019
    Built during the reign of James I, Charlton House is the finest and best preserved Jacobean Mansion in London.

    Want to look around? You can pop in to have a look around and admire the original Jacobean strapwork ceilings and fire places. They also have a free audio guide which you can download to your phone. It’s free entry, too!

    It is also home to Charlton Tea Room serving a delicious Afternoon Tea available for £11.90 per head.
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  • Happy Hour & Mic Drop Mondays at Gabeto

    August 20, 2019
    Fight the Monday blues with an open mic night situated in the heart of Camden. It’s all about having fun and supporting local musicians in and around London. Come and join us from 7pm to hear them and if your feeling up to it feel free to grab the mic for our open mic at the end!

    To top it all off there will be NO door charge and why not take full advantage of HAPPY HOUR between 4pm-7.30pm and 2-4-1 ON BURGERS 6pm-8pm!!

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  • Ronnie Scott’s: The W3 Sessions – Jazz & Funk Night

    August 19, 2019
    London based Soul/Funk Collective hosts London’s most prestigious funk night, W3 Sessions at Ronnie Scotts bar, featuring musicians who have toured with the likes of Incognito, Brand New Heavies, Rizzle Kicks, Gary Barlow, Olly Murs, LuLu, Jessie J, Wretch 32 and more. The night will be run by Saxophonist Ed Mitchell, and features a collective of musicians who have performed and toured with each other for over a decade.
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  • Ronnie Scott’s: The W3 Sessions – Jazz & Funk Night

    August 19, 2019
    London based Soul/Funk Collective hosts London’s most prestigious funk night, W3 Sessions at Ronnie Scotts bar, featuring musicians who have toured with the likes of Incognito, Brand New Heavies, Rizzle Kicks, Gary Barlow, Olly Murs, LuLu, Jessie J, Wretch 32 and more. The night will be run by Saxophonist Ed Mitchell, and features a collective of musicians who have performed and toured with each other for over a decade.
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  • A Visit to Churchill’s War Rooms

    August 15, 2019
    Discover the secrets hidden beneath the streets of Westminster in the underground nerve centre where Winston Churchill and his inner circle directed the Second World War.
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  • A trip to the famous Ace Cafe: Burgers, Bikes & Beers

    August 15, 2019
    Established in 1938, today the Ace Cafe has become “the home” for petrolheads and is known as the world´s most famous motor cafe. Formerly a garage/lorry truck stop, the Ace Cafe sits on the North Circular – a very unlikely location.

    We are heading there on the weekend of their Big Reunion Weekend which involves three days, three rides, one reunion!

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