Looking for some geeky, interesting and unusual things to do in London this week? We've got you covered... Have a look below at what we have coming up and sign up before it's too late!
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Monday 20th January
Mondays suck, we know!
Enjoy bit of a pick-me-up with this fantastic Pop Quiz:
100% music, film, and TV.
Top-quality questions on a whole range of pop genres.
‘Spot-The-Intro’ music round, ranging from the 1950s to the 2010s.
Tuesday 21st January
It is the time of the Holy Medieval Inquisition around the 14th century. You have all been accused of witchcraft and imprisoned awaiting your death by the hands of a executioner nicknamed “Bloody Elbow”. He is infamous for his love of using horrifying torture to obtain confession of your crimes, this often lead to a slow and agonising death if you were lucky, “Bloody Elbow” has left you for a rest between the bouts of torture, this is your chance, you have 60 minutes to escape your hideous dungeon and change your fate forever.
Wednesday 22nd January
Cards Against Humanity is a card game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, this is as despicable and awkward as you and your fellow bobbers dare to be…
Cards Against Humanity has become one of our favourite socials but tonight we also have What Do You Meme, Cards Against Humanity's twisted sister game.
Join us for a night of devilish, sadistic, twisted, but hilarious fun!
Thursday 23rd January
Budding Bob is a new series of events whereby Bobbers attend events that are youthful and bring out our inner child.
This time we are heading to an adult sized, boozy pizza party in pink ball pits! What's there not to love?
Friday 24th January
"It's considered inappropriate to blow your nose in public in Japan," or "raw goat is a very popular food in Japan.
One of these is true, one of them is false. It's up to you to decide which one!
Join us for an evening of engaging and somewhat random conversation with fellow thinkers. Awkward silences are a thing of the past as we delve into a series of irrelevant yet interesting QI facts and some delicious food.
This month we're heading for a delicious feast of Japanese rice, noodles, fish, meat and sake!
Saturday 25th January
2020 has landed and with the new year in full swing we are looking ahead to the new year. We have a lot in store for you all and want to share this all with you. We have secured the same venue and have one hell of a night in store!
We will be awarding our top host of the yea
Everyone is welcome - new members don't be shy! Come along and meet the Bob community - we will be introducing our hosts and this is the perfect opportunity to meet them and have a chat.
We will also be introducing our upcoming April/May trip!
Sunday 26th January
Try something new and come along to watch the Chinese New Year Parade!
Chinese New Year will take over the streets of Chinatown with iconic lion dances, martial arts and stage performances as well as the popular parade of floats.
The celebrations will be the largest outside Asia, with thousands of people from all over the world coming to celebrate. The festivities will once again begin with a parade starting on Charing Cross Road which will pass through Chinatown. As well as a main stage in Trafalgar Square, Chinatown itself will be the hub of activity with restaurants serving food from across Asia.
Next year will be the Year of the Rat!
"A sensory exhibition set in total darkness, designed to enlighten you and push you out of the comfort zone orienting you to a world without pictures.”
Dialogue in the Dark is one of the world’s most exciting life-changing experiences where visitors are guided by blind guides in absolute darkness. You get a chance to experience daily environments of life like enjoying a walk in the park, take a boat cruise or visiting a café in specially designed darkened rooms. Daily routines become exciting and a reversal of role is created where sighted become blind and Blind become sighted.
Dialogue in the Dark pushes you out of the comfort zone orienting you to a world without pictures. The Blind guides are master of this environment and hence provide the visitors with a sense of security. Since more than 27 years Dialogue in the Dark has been presented in more than 41 countries throughout Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. Millions of visitors have been led through the exhibition by thousands of blind individuals, and learned to see in the darkness.
We've managed to secure a good discount on tickets so do join us.