Director’s Diary: more subterranean concerts

Half term holidays the children’s craft workshops were busy, and also the usual boat trips, river walks, film showing and concert. Midnight Apothecary served cocktails for  Hallowe’en.
 
Next week we have visits from Subterranea Britannica http://www.subbrit.org.uk , engineering students from UCL, Albion Primary School researching the docks and The Arts Society Kingston. We also have concerts and the regular public boat trips and walks, and there are a few tickets left for Midnight Apothecary’s special cocktail event for Bonfire Night. 
 
Sunday 29th Oct 
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks
10.40 riverside walk from Bermondsey tube offered in partnership with London Walks
15.00 Subterannea Britannica visit
Monday 30th Oct 
10.00 UCL Engineers visit with Thames Explorer Trust
10.40 riverside walk from Bermondsey tube offered in partnership with London Walks
Tuesday 31st Nov
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks 
14.00 AL-Araby TV interview
14.30 UCL Engineers visit with Thames Explorer Trust
Wednesday 1st Nov
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks
18.15 riverside walk from Bermondsey tube offered in partnership with London Walks
19.30 Acappella concert Belt Up in the Grand Entrance Hall
Thursday 2nd Nov
  9.30 Albion Primary School visit
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks
13.45 Albion Primary School visit
19.00 Philomel: Renaissance music concert with six sopranos & lute in the Grand Entrance Hall 
 
Friday 3rd Nov
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks
14.00 The Arts Society, Kingston visit
Saturday 4th Nov
10.40 heritage boat trip from Embankment tube offered in partnership with London Walks
13.30 lunch at the Tunnel Club, Mayflower pub upper room 
17.30 Midnight Apothecary Bonfire Night Special
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