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Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB

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Time Out's Eye Openers on the London Eye

The London Eye has teamed up with the intrepid fun-seekers and explorers that is Time Out to bring you a series of exciting new events on the London Eye. 

Whether you're a visitor in London and looking for a twist on the classic London Eye experience, or a seasoned Londoner looking for something new, there's a whole host of experiences to chose from. Comedy Club, Yoga, Barre, Baby Music experience or a drinks package, the choice is yours!

Time Out's Eye-Openers: The Floating Comedy Club

From 6 October

The London Eye River Cruise into turning into a waterborne gag machine. The folks from Camden’s Good Ship Comedy will be captaining your voyage and will be bringing along...

Comedians include: 

Ben Van Der Velde

As the founder of Good Ship Comedy, Ben has been eliciting chuckles from the general public for the best part of a decade. When he's not doing stand-up, Ben likes to perform voodoo marriage ceremonies and walk along the Underground for charity. The usual, then. 

Sean McLoughlin

Recent years have seen Sean develop into an assured festival crowd-puller. He honed his craft with some of the best in the business, having supported the likes of Ricky Gervais, Doug Stanhope and Katherine Ryan. And if they think he's funny, who are you to say otherwise?

Kate Lucas

An award-winning musical comic, Kate's darkly hilarious songs and deftly honed festival shows have earned her huge critical acclaim. Yes, she'll have her guitar, but don't go thinking that because you're on a boat it's okay to request Yellow Submarine.

Tickets cost £20. Book tickets on the Coca-Cola London Eye website. 

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Drinking in the View

From 29 September

The leading lights of London's brewing and distilling scenes will be on hand to talk London Eye guests through the latest developments in their respective boozy worlds, with a little bit of history and plenty of samples thrown in.

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Storytime

From 25 September

Now, this is what you call a tall tale. To complement skyline views, stories will have a London theme and be presented by a line-up of brilliant storytellers and performers, curated by Time Out London.

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Barre

From 29 September 

Get ballet-dancer buff with Time Out London’s barre classes on the London Eye. Instructors from Hackney gym The Refinery host sessions that are designed to improve posture and build strength.

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Yoga

From 25 September

Do downward dog while up on high with Time Out London’s yoga sessions on the London Eye. With skyline views and expert tuition from one of London's best gyms, these intimate classes are guaranteed to invigorate body and mind.

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Baby Music

From 25 September

This afternoon of musical fun with Mini Mozart will have babes who like to boogie bopping to be bear. Expert classic nursery rhymes with a London influence and plenty of props keep wandering minds engaged.

Time Out's Eye-Openers: Baby Sensory

From 26 September

Pick up creative playtime ideas aplenty at this interactive, musical session for parent and baby. You'll dig the view, they'll dig getting tickled.

 

DISCOVER COCA-COLA LONDON EYE

AT 135M, COCA-COLA LONDON EYE IS THE WORLD’S LARGEST CANTILEVERED OBSERVATION WHEEL, PROVIDING UP TO 40KM OF PANORAMIC VIEWS ON A CLEAR DAY. 

It has won over 85 awards for national and international tourism, outstanding architectural quality and engineering achievement. In fact, it has become the UK’s most popular paid-for visitor attraction.

A remarkable feat of design and engineering, the London Eye gave London’s skyline a dramatic new addition and has been offering guests a new perspective on London ever since. Originally, it was intended as a temporary structure, able to be dismantled and transported to a new location, and had planning permission for just five years. But with millions boarding it every year, its popularity has prompted its lease to be extended. Today it is a permanent fixture on the London skyline and a beautiful symbol of modern London.

Where
is it?

Coca-Cola London Eye

Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB