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This Is London12 Oct 2018


16 EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF GO APE BATTERSEA AT NIGHT Thrill seekers can now up the ante with a limited time Night Adventure being presented exclusively at Go Ape Battersea. Go Ape offers individuals across the country the chance to take part in magical forest adventures, either high up among the trees or on woodland paths. For those looking for a unique blood-pumping experience then look no further than Go Ape at night. Enjoy the high ropes of Battersea under the cover of darkness. Night Adventures at Battersea, London are happening throughout October. The heart-racing tours begin after dark and the experience involves a short brief, getting harnessed up before heading onto the EMIRATES STADIUM TOUR AND MUSEUM Founded in 1886, Arsenal has an impressive history from the club’s time at Woolwich, Highbury and Emirates Stadium and the museum offers visitors the chance to take in a number of exciting exhibits. Many of the items on display were donated by former players who hold a special place in Arsenal’s history. Highlights include Jens Lehmann’s goalkeeper gloves that he wore for every league match of the unbeaten Invincibles season in 2003/4. The museum also features two impressive video theatres and twenty major displays based on Arsenal's proud history, from its formation in 1886 to the present day. These displays include a selection of iconic shirts including those worn by Alex James in the 1936 FA Cup Final and the 2015 FA Cup Final shirt signed by the winning squad. The tour places visitors at the heart of the big match action with state of the art audio guide handsets. The handsets come with a fully interactive touch screen with larger viewing screens that make the whole experience more enjoyable for the tour visitor and include an interactive ‘Shirt Cam’ feature. ‘Shirt Cam’ allows visitors to hold the handset in front of a player’s shirt and reveal stats about the player plus a highlights video of the player in action on the pitch. Guests are also able to explore the Head Coach’s office as part of their stadium tour. They can see the inner sanctum that is used by the Head Coach before and after games at Emirates Stadium. Audio tours are available in nine languages and are open 7 days a week, Monday – Friday 10.00 – 17.00, Saturday 9.30 – 18.00 and Sunday 10.00 – 16.00 and during school holidays Monday – Saturday 9.30 – 18.00 and Sunday 10.00 – 16.00. Last entry one hour before closing time. course to complete highest loop which is over 13 metres high. Take advantage of the darker nights and embrace the darkness this autumn and experience the newest dark adventure offering from Go Ape. Gather your friends together and head up into the trees for this limited time event in London. Go Ape Battersea is the brand’s first urban location in the heart of the capital. The high ropes course in Battersea Park combines a range of challenging and exhilarating activities. Let your imagination run wild as you soar through the night on this unique adventure. Choose from a number of After Hours Adventures happening at Go Ape across the UK this autumn at the website for more information and dates. t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e

1918 PARLIAMENT: A SNAPSHOT IN TIME A special Museums at Night evening to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War will take place at the Houses of Parliament on Friday 26 October. 'A Snapshot in Time' enables visitors to experience a certain day in 1918, 19 November. Eight days after the Armistice, King George V visits Westminster to address both Houses of Parliament. Having served on the Western Front, Winston Churchill is back in government as Minister of Munitions. The first General Election in which some women could vote and stand for Parliament is just a few weeks away. Nancy Astor is getting ready to support her husband Waldorf with his campaign to be re-elected as an MP for Plymouth. Perhaps most importantly, thousands of weary soldiers are returning home after four long years of war. Throughout the evening, actors playing the roles of the King, Churchill, Nancy Astor and a returning soldier will share their experiences of the conflict, and its impact on them and their loved ones. Visitor Engagement Assistants then take the characters’ stories forward and explain what happened to each of them after 19 November 1918. The 1918 evening begins in Westminster Hall. Visitors will meet the characters in the Lords Chamber, Central Lobby, Members Lobby and the Commons Chamber. Throughout the evening, refreshments will be available to purchase from the bar, located just off Westminster Hall. The UK Parliament is open for visitors to take a tour, attend debates or watch committee hearings inside one of the world’s iconic buildings. Bookings can be purchased online, by calling 020 7219 4114 or in person from the Ticket Office at the front of Portcullis House. The officer pictured has just received his Military Cross at Buckingham Palace and is surrounded by members of his family. From 1918 Parliament: A Snapshot in Time. 17 t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e

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