Night Czar Amy Lamé is holding late-night surgeries on the tube next week

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Kyra Hanson
Amy Lamé
Jonathan Perugia

Since her inception as the Night Czar we've been expectantly waiting to see how Amy Lamé is going to reinvigorate London's struggling nightlife, so it's great to hear that she'll be holding a series of tube surgeries from next week, where she'll be speaking to London's regular tube users until 1am. 

In a recent interview, Lamé told us she aims to visit every borough to 'to speak to people who use the night time economy, people who have concerns, people who are coming back from night shifts people going out, that great intersection..' On Friday night she'll be traveling along the Piccadilly line from Cockfosters to Heathrow, though we're not sure she'll encounter much merriment from commuters, who have been taking their anger out on the line's Twitter staff recently. Similarly, Glen thinks she should be concentrating on the daytime tube service instead, but Glen, we think you might have missed the point of the Night Czar. 

Before getting the job in November, the comedian and club promoter has been involved in the successful campaign to save the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, one of London's oldest LGBT+ venues. So whether you've got grand suggestions for improving London's late night economy or just want to air your transport woes make sure you're on the Piccadilly line on Friday night and keep an eye on the @nightczar Twitter page for updates on future surgeries. 

Read the full Q&A with the Night Czar.

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