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We sold our souls to take a Journey to the Underworld with Funicular Productions

This train ride which started at Pedley Street Station was like no other as we took a ghostly Journey to the Underworld this October.

I and other some other community members of Love Pop Ups London we were invited down via Funicular Productions to sell our souls to take a Journey To The Underworld aboard a ghostly train carriage in return for a blog.

Funicular Productions

Funicular are a passionate collective of creators specialising in creating truly immersive experiences. Co-founded by entrepreneur, actor and scriptwriter Craig Wilkinson and production director Ed Borgnis, the Funicular team boasts years of experience bringing events and theatre to life all over the world.

This Halloween season they present a Journey to the Underworld.

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Who done it? – Funicular Productions: The Murder Express

I had the pleasure of boarding courtesy of Funicular Productions the The Murder Express again this March where I dined on the menu curated by Jane Devonshire winner of MasterChef 2016 Champions.

Journey take two

Boarding the The Murder Express I was highly excited to see what had changed apart from the culinary menu by Jane Devonshire as last time it was by Billy and Jack.

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All aboard the choo choo train – Supperclub.tube

Remember those childhood years when your mum used to feed you saying here comes the choo choo train? Well you can now actually take it one step further and experience eating on an old Victoria tube carriage with Supperclub.tube.

I went along with some other members of Love Pop Ups London on a complimentary basis in return for some honest blogs about this supperclub which has recently undertaken new management.

Supperclub.tube

If you love supperclubs and trains this is what supperclub.tube is.

Set with The Pump House Museum about technology, transport and industrial history which is a Grade II listed former Victorian waste water pumping station diners will be able to enjoy a culinary feast on an original 1968 Victoria Line tube carriage.  To discover more about The Pump House Museum click here. Continue reading

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