Trafalgar Square maze
A lot of press about this one: a new maze has been set up in Trafalgar Square until Friday, based on different bits of London. So it’s got a Chinatown area and Carnaby Street 60s party, and, I think, a Baker Street bit with Sherlock Holmes (could be wrong about that though; I saw it in a publicity photo).
It’s another free event designed to showcase what’s going on in the city, so you’ll also get things from Pricilla Queen of the Desert as well, and the Platti String Quartet performing on Thursday. It’s open ’til 8pm each night, and, considering it’s just spitting distance from where I work, I really should pop by.
But I’m also – God almighty – meant to go swimming in the Serpentine at the crack of dawn tomorrow, so potentially that’ll be enough excitement for one day. Maybe a quiet pint and an episode of Fraiser tomorrow night instead. I’ll let you know.
P.S. I like the Daily Mash‘s headline for this: ‘Trafalgar Square Maze will not be completely full of pissed Glaswegian tramps‘
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