As many of you will know it is customary at Peculiar to offer our tour customers a small refreshment to fortify them for the road ahead, and so we are very pleased to annonouce that libations for our forthcoming Darkside of Dockland tour (An exploration into the murky waters of London's maritime history) Will be a tot of rum brought to you courtesy of the good folk at Pirates Grog (I mean could there be a better name?!) A small London based distillery that crafts their rum using a secret receipe learned from a Dutch pirate in Honduras - But of course! For more info about Pirates Grog and their fabulous product range click here https://piratesgrogrum.com/
For info about Darkside of Docklands you can visit us at www.peculiarlondon.com
Oh dear, tragedy has stuck our little crew, and we ourselves in desperate need of an actor or actress to come on board for our 'Darkside of docklands tour' starting April 21st. (Must be availble to reherse beforehand.) Must be a good team player a comfortable with a variety of roles - you would be playing a prostitue, a gay pirate and victorian engineering genius Isambard kingdom Brunel. Paid 20% profit share, if interested drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org
There is lots of exciting Docklands news to report, but first and foremost we need to make a very important announcement to those of you who have already booked tickets....
We have decided to flip the route so we will now be STARTING The Dickens Inn (St Katherines dock, London E1W 1UH)
And FINISHING at The Prospect of Whitby (57 wapping wall,London E1W 3SH)
What is the reason for this momentous change? well you'll just have to join us from April 21st and find out... CLICK HERE for ticketing info
'God help us, we're doing this'
Its a feeling I have come to know quite well since 2020, when you take the plunge and get the wheels in motion to produce a new show after the previous one gets covided and dies on it arse.
There's a big part of you that goes 'why oh why are you putting yourself through this again?' Answer Becasue it's what you do and you'd hate yourself even more if you didn't.
So lets see if it's 3rd time lucky for 'Darkside of Docklands' we're back from April 21st, with a couple of new faces and a couple that you might have met before if you have been to any of our previous events.
Like its previous incarnations 'Docklands' is an immerive theatre walking tour packed with horrible history and humour, but this time (inshallah) we will be adding a pub or 3 to our route.
Tickets on sale now
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