Well, 2012 is drawing to a close, and what a year its been in the East End of London. The Olympics were fantastic and brought with them a huge buzz that is still sounding out around the Olympic Park, albeit it is now the buzz of the construction workers getting the park ready for the next stage of the “Olympic Legacy.”
We’re going to be taking a few days break with our Jack the Ripper Tour over Christmas, so it won’t be taking place on 24th, 25th and 26th of December. It will return freshened and raring to go on 27th December and then continue nightly until 31st December and 1st of January when it will take another rest.
So, if you’re looking for something to do in London in the break between Christmas and New Year then why not book yourself on to London’s premier Jack the Ripper Walk?
Speaking of things to do in London over the Christmas holiday we’ve got several daytime Dickens Walks operating. These will take place on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Then, on MOnday 31st December at 11am, we have a special Goodbye 2012 Dickens Mystery Walk meeting by the Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square.
If you fancy a Christmas London Ghost Walk, then we have two over the Christmas. On Friday you can join me on the Hidden Horrors of Haunted London tour that begins at 7pm from outside the Lord Raglan Pub on St Martin Le Grand, closest underground station St. Paul’s. Then on Saturday I’ll be leading my Alleyways and Shadows Old City Ghost Walk from outside Exit Three of Bank Underground Station at 7.30pm.
Aside from that, the Jack the Ripper Tour blog will take a break over the festive period and will return on 2nd January 2013.
Speaking of January, we’ve got a massive announcement to make in mid-January which we’re really excited about, so be sure to stay tuned to the blog for the details.
I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Holiday Season and a prosperous and Happy New Year.