Here are the things we are experiencing related to the ‘Underground’. Please share your suggestions below…
London Underground Day
Come and join us on Saturday 29th September for a fun-filled day exploring the amazing network of tunnels and some random stops on London’s tube. Please let us know in advance if you’d like to join in. Hope to see you then!
Find an underground bar/cafe near you
Whether it be actually built underground, or there’s a room in the basement, why not experience being under the ground next time you visit a local pub or cafe. Maybe you’ll find out some interesting local history about it while you’re down there.
Explore Brighton’s sewer works
Every year, between May to September, you can take a guided tour around Brighton’s underground sewers. Built in the Industrial age, the brickwork tunnels are a majestic example of the Victorian’s practical and efficient work (it was built in 5 years to last 500). Contact Southern Water to book your place.
Underground book, by Suelette Dreyfuss
Here’s a book if you’re interested in reading about tales of hacking, madness and obsession on the Electronic Frontier in the 80s/90s, featuring research by Julian Assange and exploits of the black hat hackers.
Find and enjoy some ‘underground’ culture
could be some subversive street art, a spoken word poetry night, or a counterculture graphic novel – whatever it is, find something lurking beneath the mainstream…
Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane
From antique silver spoons to candlesticks, silver wine coasters to cocktail shakers you’ll find a whole treasure trove of silver in this underground vault near the City of London.