The London Dungeon

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The London Dungeon

Until Fri Feb 28

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Ross Emerick

The idea of spending hours queuing at one of the biggest tourist attractions in London fuels me with a little dread, however the anticipation of taking my daughter, retired mother and fiancée with a nervous disposition to the London Dungeons to delve into a comedy world of London's eerie past and urban myth fills me with large doses of happiness. Perhaps the cruel blood inside of me is rubbing it's hands at the thought of seeing the dye come out of my mum's hair as the fright of Sweeney Todd's knife flies close by or perhaps my fiancée's hatred for Brian Blessed (Clearly she has not read up on the venue) or maybe even delving into the unknown of my daughters head. Either way I feel any queuing wait will be more than worth the slight pain as I give a wry smile with all the verve of a James Bond villain ......... I hope it doesn't all backfire !