Daily Grind Getting You Down? Here Are 5 Ways To Free Your Inner Child In London This Month

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Now the warmer weather has us living for the weekend we know how hard it is to keep spirits up seven days a week, so here are five things you can do this month to keep the Monday blues at bay and get you feeling like a kid on Christmas…

 

1. GlowyMcGlow’s bottomless brunch

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Grab life by the balls at GlowyMcGlow’s bottomless brunch! This adult-only ball pit holds 250,000 colour changing glow-in-the-dark balls. In case that wasn’t enough to persuade you to dive in, GlowyMcGlow are offering two hours of bottomless food and drink every weekend until the 28th of May. A giant ball pit and unlimited food and prosecco? Sign me up. Just don’t drop your phone! 

 

2. Laser Lates: Lost City

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[Laser Lates: Lost City]

Remember the days when your laser-quest birthday party made you the coolest kid in school? Relive the glory days at Laser Lates: Lost City. Here you can battle it out with your mates in an apocalyptic city filled with abandoned buildings. All the retro fun you could dream of! Get your tickets here.

 

3. clueQuest’s live escape game

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Escape the room – and reality – at a London escape room. clueQuest offers three different missions that test your teamwork, common sense, and logic. Crack the code and escape the room before the time runs out! A perfect way to realise your childhood ambitions and spend an enjoyable hour pretending to be a secret agent. Get your tickets here.

For the Easter weekend, clueQuest see your poxy egg hunt and raise you an Easter egg quest! Keep an eye on their website on the 14th April to find out more.

 

4. The Crystal Maze 

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The 90s TV show The Crystal Maze has come to London! Now you and 7 of your most talented friends have a chance to live out a childhood dream and enter the maze yourselves. Work together to collect crystals, then catch all the golden tickets you can in the Crystal Dome. You’re bound to have an a-maze-ing time! Get your tickets here.

 

5. Blind Pig’s book inspired cocktails

The Blind Pig at Social Eating House has launched a cocktail menu inspired by children’s literature. Sip butterbeer with Harry and friends, try a Winnie the Pooh inspired ‘hunny’ pot, or taste a real-life BFG dream jar. It doesn’t get much more nostalgic than this!

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