Streak for Tigers

Things to do London Zoo , Regent's Park Thursday August 11 2016
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The collective noun for tigers is a 'streak', which also happens to be the noun for 'dashing across a public place with your bits dangling for all to see'. If you like tigers and enjoy getting naked, then you absolutely must sign up for this charity run through London Zoo, which is raising funds for global conservation work. Registration costs £20 (target sponsorship £150) and includes a tiger mask for bashful runners to protect their identity with. Friends and family of registrants can buy a £15 spectator ticket, so those not feeling cheeky enough to take part can still show their support.

Venue name: London Zoo
Contact:
Address: Outer Circle
Regent's Park
London
NW1 4RY
Opening hours: For 2016: Mar 25-Sep 4 daily 10am-6pm; Sep 5-Oct 21 daily 10am-5.30pm; Oct 22-30 daily 10am-4pm; from Oct 31 10am-4pm. Last entry one hour before closing. Closed Dec 25.
Transport: Tube: Camden Town/Regent’s Park
Price: £20 registration
Event website: https://www.zsl.org/
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