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Out and About: August Bank Hols

Got that end of summer feeling? Push it to one side this weekend and enjoy the extra day in the sun (hopefully). Today and all weekend: The Beast – Ally Pally Unleash your beast as the world’s largest inflatable obst ...

Got that end of summer feeling? Push it to one side this weekend and enjoy the extra day in the sun (hopefully).

Today and all weekend: The Beast – Ally Pally

Unleash your beast as the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course descends on London. At an unbelievable 272m long, The Beast is the ultimate bouncy castle experience for adults. Run, bounce and dance your way around our phenomenal 32 obstacles.   http://www.alexandrapalace.com/whats-on/the-beast/
And when you are done – your thoughts may turn to food and drink – they’ve got that covered too:
From Saturday 26: The Foodies Festival is returning this August bank holiday weekend.
The festival celebrates all things food, drink and wellbeing with Michelin Star Chefs and MasterChef winners cooking their favourite recipes and giving top tips, pop up restaurants, a Healthy Living Zone and a live music stage hosting exciting new bands.     http://www.alexandrapalace.com/whats-on/foodies-festival-3/
If you are up for a little jaunt I think sounds like a great family event at the Museum of London this weekend:
The Museum of London is taking visitors back to Roman times with a full-scale Gladiator Games in the city’s only Roman amphitheatre. Think magnificent battle-gear and clashing swords. The battles will be performed by Britannia, a collective that has worked on things like Horrible Histories and the film Gladiator.

As well as the Gladiator Games, there will be a Roman festival from 25-28 August for all the family. It’s a chance to handle real Roman artefacts and get up close to the actual ruins of London’s amphitheatre. As well as craft demos and live music, there will be food and drink to keep spirits up. Get ready for some serious crowd participation — it’s up to the audience to persuade the emperor to save or spare the gladiators after the battle.  http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk//museum-london/whats-on/family-gladiator-games?id=126008

Ooh that’s the way to terminate summer! Very happy long weekend everyone.

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