By far one of the most inventive spaces I've ever seen!
London, like most major metropolitans, lacks space for expansion. To meet the needs of an ever growing city, architects and city planners must become creative with existing spaces. Hello, old railway tunnels!
Armed with dysfunctional Apple maps and the vague advice "look for graffiti", it took me a while to find the street entrance....more
Been to 2 events in 3 days in the old vic tunnels.
First event was the Yelp's Best Of Underground London Event. What an awesome Yelp event. One of the larger and my favourite type of events where you mingle with heaps of Yelpers you wouldn't have met otherwise.
Then 2 days later came back for the Hide&Seek Party thanks to Yelp! I wasn't quite sure what this event was about before coming....more
This venue is seriously cool. It's a bit difficult to find - so if you get lost, like I did, just ask one of the friendly staff at Waterloo station...they'll direct you.
I attended the annual Hide&Seek Weekender Party here (thanks to Yelp!) and had such a fantastic time! The lighting, the unique layout, the intimacy - it makes for one of the coolest atmospheres I've ever hung out in. If you...more
Let me take you to an experience of sight and sound. An experience past the rush and cynicism of the city, beyond the graffiti, a place away from here...in London.
One of the greatest and least well known concert venues in London, the old coal stores of Waterloo station. Dark, slightly damp maze like tunnels with wonderful acoustics and high ceilings making coal's loss our gain.
We went to...more
this was one of the most interesting parties i've ever been to. i went to the boom boom club last night, which was a mix of burlesque, erotica, vaudeville, all rolled into one night. the place is hard to find, and don't try to go looking for it by the old vic theatre, b/c it's not there. i don't even know how we ended up finding it but thanks to good ole google maps, we got there.