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Ball time fun at TwoRuba in Tower Bridge

Have you ever been to a high end hotel which has a ball pit for adults to play in? No, then you’ll love Hilton’s TwoRuba at Tower Bridge which adults and children alike can have a ball of a good time within their ball pit.

I was invited down on a complimentary basis along with nineteen other community members from Love Pop Ups London to have some fun within their summer themed ball pit as well as enjoy culinary canapes and sharing platters.

Hilton London Tower Bridge – TwoRuba

TwoRuba is a place where you can lounge, enjoy a drink or nibble on some food within Hilton’s Hotel in Tower Bridge.

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Retro ball pit fun – BallieBallerson Shoreditch

hereBallieBallerson newest walk in deepest ball pit for this Summer is based in Shoreditch. It is so retro with its many coloured balls. It’s a rainbow swimming pool of balls in fact I am sure unicorns would love, sorry I mean every big kid (adult) at heart would love this as this is just for adults.

BaillieBallerson fun

So want to be taken back to your childhood, want some fun and want to party down to some funky music then visit here. You can jump in, swim, walk or should I say hike in Continue reading

Balls, Balls, Balls and yet more balls – BallieBallerson GlowMcGlow

BallieBallerson GlowMcGlow is a ball pit for grown ups along with a bar area with some many unusual cocktails to be had.

Ballpit heaven at GlowMcGlow

Balls, Balls and more balls

I went along to BallieBallerson press night launch to celebrate their new ball pit which was balltastic.

They have recently rebranded themselves with new clear balls, 250k in fact that change colour due to the LED lighting under the 10k floor that pulsates in time with the DJ spinning out funk and ragged house music. Continue reading

Balls heavenly balls – ‘Gandini Juggling’ at the Peacock Theatre in Holborn

Peacock Theatre in Holborn for a few days only showing amazing performances by to see Gandini Juggling.

Gandini Juggling

It was a special edition, created for the 40th anniversary of the London International Mime Festival. 17 jugglers/performers challenge all preconceptions of juggling as they play around with apples and yet more apples. The jugglers/performers are all dressed as they have come from the 40’s era and with their hair gelled back. The whole evening consists mainly of them juggling with apples but in such a unique way with a comical aspect from performing tense relationship issues, conflict, lost love, and afternoon tea on a grand scale. Continue reading

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