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Things to do on a Wednesday night?

By Traveller September 6, 2017
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Things to do on a Wednesday night?

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By Cindy Traveller September 6, 2017

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Hi Cindy, it would be good to know what sort of thing you are looking for or are interested in and it's a shame that this site now seems to attract randoms that offer up ridiculous suggestions. However I would imagine you are staying in central London as a tourist?and as a true Londoner I would recommend the South Bank on any night. Walk across Waterloo bridge from the Covent Garden side,as you go across the bridge it's the best view of old and modern day London. When you get over the river turn left and walk to the Tate Modern, along the way there are bars and restaurants and loads of interesting things to see.
Local September 7, 2017
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Well - London has a lots of things to offer , depends on what you exactly want to do. Night life is one thing but then there are other things like theatre , riverside walk and dinner etc.
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Local September 7, 2017
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St Martins in the Fields has jazz nights in the crypt on W
Wednesdays and they are usually lovely.
Local September 7, 2017
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depends on where you're staying? All the bars and restaurants are open late and some of the art galleries are open late too. Last minute trip to the cinema at Covent Garden / Leicester Square? Last minute tickets to a West End show? Night time photography? Ghost tour or Jack the Ripper tour?
Local September 6, 2017
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well nothing special about Wednesday, but can be found out if has to be.
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Local September 6, 2017
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Weds is a relatively quiet night for often busy places, so take in a historic London pub and a good restaurant ?

If you fancied Soho, the Dog and Duck ( George Orwell drank here ) followed by Bonnie Gull seafood place, both on Bateman St followed by a coffee and tiramisu sitting outside the classic Bar Italia opposite Ronnie Scott's in Frith St ( est in late forties ) is a great bet. Or start with a glass of wine in the French House in Dean St, which has a great history from the late 1880s. De Gaulle met here with the free French in the 2nd WW, Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud drank here together in the 50s / 60s.
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Local September 6, 2017
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I advice you to check on internet...because there are millions of things to do here everyday....London is huge, so you can get lost every where getting fun, from the city center to the closest neighborhood :)
in my opinion East London area is one of the more interesting. The it is up your personal pleasure :)
Local September 6, 2017
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Box park in east croyon or shordich is great any day of the week
Local September 6, 2017
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