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Tickets Alert: Tours of the vaults under the Clifton Suspension Bridge

Earlier this year, the first ever tours of the only-recently discovered vaults under Bristol's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge took place.


Ticket Alert: Sir David Attenborough Lecture

While Sir David Attenborough is on the telly, there is also a chance to hear his mellifluous tones in person, as he gives a public lecture next month.


Attend the Ceremony of the Keys

An ancient ceremony takes place every evening inside the Tower of London, hidden from prying eyes.


Your chance to photograph Southwark Cathedral in candlelight

Southwark Cathedral is planning a special night where the interior will be lit by candles, just for photographers.


A chance to go inside the concrete marvel that’s Stockwell Bus Garage

Hidden away on a side street in South London can be found one of London’s post-war architectural marvels, and this Saturday will be a chance to go inside.


List of London’s Bonfire Night Fireworks Displays

It's time to start plotting how we shall remember the downfall of a papist plot, and watch the skies over London explode with fireworks.


Tickets Alert: TEDx Talks Come to London

Tickets to attend a TEDxLondon talk are about to be released, where speakers from across science, technology, education and the arts will explore the end of ageing at the Science Museum.


Tickets Alert: Monty Python at Museum of the Order of St John

Fancy watching daring deeds of times long past in a museum devoted to the history of daring deeds of times long past?


Tickets Alert: Visit a Victorian Gaol

It's outside London, but close enough, and there is a chance to go inside a Victorian era jail, and come out again.


Tickets Alert: Three foreign embassies offering free tours

Next month three grand Embassy buildings in London will be opening their doors for rare public tours.


Tickets Alert: An evening with Professor Stephen Hawking

There will be a rare chance to attend a talk by Professor Stephen Hawking, and the talk will be free to attend.


A Month of Death, Decay, Zombies and Skeletons

As the evenings draw in ever earlier, October is the month of the dead in London, with tours and tales of spooky goings on in the streets and graveyards of old London towne.


Go swimming in the Serpentine

Next month there is to be a mass swimming event in the open chilly waters of the Serpentine lake in Hyde Park.


Tickets Alert: A film about the Crystal Palace subway

Hidden under the main road outside the Crystal Palace is a marvel of Victorian engineering, and now a film has been made about the people who have used it.


Ticket Alert: St Paul’s Cathedral offering Triforium Tours

Normally only accessible to private groups, St Paul's Cathedral is letting people book a Triforium Tour of the behind the scenes part of the building.


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