Cackling all the way – Escape London Witchcraft and Wizardry

We went along to Escape London‘s Witchcraft & Wizardry room on a complimentary basis in where we got to experience their Witchcraft and Wizardry room which is inspired by such films at Harry Potter and The Witches of Eastwick.

After having done several other escape rooms (Taken, Seven Seas and The Cabin) of theirs and with them all being exceptionally fun and unique I was really looking forward to trying to escape from this magical one! Continue reading

Immersive dining recommendations

There are so many fabulous unusual and immersive dining experiences in London to experience with new ones constantly popping up. To make it a little easier to choose which one you should do I thought I would write an article of my personal top five favourites.

Immersive Dining

What is immersive dining?

Well it is where you go along to eat but at the same time watch or even get involved with performances which is happening around you as in most cases improvisation and involvement from yourself may be required. Continue reading

When dinosaurs ruled the earth – Dinosaurs in the Wild

I had the pleasure in going along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to travel back in time at Dinosaurs in the Wild to discover what the world looked like when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Continue reading

Who would of thought? – Lantern Ghost Tours : Sex drugs and sausage rolls

If you are looking for a London walking tour that is full of juice then you will be exploding with excitement to hear that Sex Drugs and Sausage Rolls does just that.

Touring London with Lantern Ghost Tours

Sex Drugs and Sausage Rolls

Firstly I waited outside a pub to meet some old and new members of the Love Pop Ups London community before meeting up with the tour guide for the evening. Continue reading

On your mark, get set bake – The Big London Bake

Have you ever wondered what it might feel like to be a contestant in The Great British Bake Off baking under pressure well now you can with The Big London Bake.

The Big London Bake

The Big London Bake has set up a tent in the back of The Castle at Tooting where you can don on an apron and get baking for victory. There are 10 cooking stations each which can accommodate 2 people, an apron, cooking essentials and the ingredients for the bake. Continue reading

Licence to Thrill – Up at the O2

Have you ever wanted to dare to experience something new and invigorating? then why not climb over one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Up at the O2 is an experience like no other and you will get a stunning 360 degree panoramic view to a thrill.

The Millennium Dome then the O2

Before I tell you about my fun journey to the O2 and my exhilarating experience here is some further background of the O2.  

It originally opened up back in 31 December 1999 as the Millennium Dome and was created as a monument to space and time. Did you know that each of the yellow pillars represents the 12 months of the year, the height of 52m is for each week and it is 365 degrees round to represent each day in the year. During it’s time whilst open it had a number of exhibitions and events throughout the year.

It closed at the end of 2000. It then went into redevelopment for a new indoor entertainment complex which was undertaken by Meridian Delta Ltd. Construction of the arena started in 2003. It reopened in 2007 and was renamed after its primary sponsor, the telecommunications company the O2.

The O2 then has become an iconic example of architectural significance in the London. You can do many activities within, be it to see a concert, watch a movie or even visit an exhibition. Continue reading

The curry puff is so SHIOK – Old Chang Kee

Old Chang Kee after a successful run with their pop up in Kentish Town in 2017 selling out of their Street food within four hours on their first day they have now opened up a permanent residency in Covent Garden.

This Singaporean Street food Institution brings legendary snacks to London.  Serving various iconic Street food such as the Singaporean chicken curry, nasi lemak and their famous curry puff which can be eaten in or taken away. Continue reading

Double, double toil and trouble – The Cauldron

A magical cocktail experience called The Cauldron has popped up in London for 4 months.

Matthew Cortland who is a technologist and a former reading teacher along with David Duckworth who is a molecular mixologist and cocktail designer came up with the concept of combining science, technology and magic. They got their inspiration from movies such as Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and Star Wars (not endorsed, affiliated or associated in anyway).

The Cauldron

We of Love Pop Ups London had the pleasure to enter the doors of The Cauldron to experience the magic. Continue reading

Decisions, decisions – The Pudding Kitchen

The Pudding Kitchen by luxury pudding brand Pots & Co. popped up in London Soho just for two days (1-2 June) to showcase their products and newest puds.

As I love desserts as soon as I heard about this pop up and with it being Pots & Co. which is my favourite pudding makers I just had to book up straight away.  I went along on their first day and session with my friend Marcus to experience the delights of what they had to offer during their two day pop up.

The Pudding Kitchen by Pots & Co

The pop up

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Yee-haw cowboy – Moonshine Saloon

Giddy up, cowgirls and cowboys, there’s a new Sheriff of cocktails in town. he Moonshine Saloon hits the Wild West of London at 535 Kings Road.

This is an immersive cocktail experience where you bring a bottle of your choice of spirits (I brought whiskey) and you smuggle it into the basement Saloon where the fantastic bartenders will mix up cocktails for you. Continue reading

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