Comedians and jokers lead Londoners astray on this tour of the South Bank. Expect improvised comedy and a distinctly lackadaisical approach to the truth in a somewhat skewed look at the history of our fair city. The tour meets weekly on Thursdays (please note the Aug 13 tour has been cancelled) on the steps in front of St Paul's Cathedral and booking ahead is recommended. Don't forget to wear comfortable shoes – and to take everything you hear with a pinch of salt.
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A hilarious and engaging way to spend a couple of hours seeing the sights of London. The guides are witty and know how to tell a good story, audience participation isn't mandatory but is definitely encouraged! A must-do for anyone visiting the capital for the first time, or even experienced Londoners looking to see a different side to the city!
This tour blew open the hidden history of London. Don't want to give any spoilers away but I won't look at the economy in the same way. A highly recommended tour with a great finale, looking forward to going on the Thursday tour.
This was just excellent. We had a lot of fun. The guide was extremely funny and good at telling stories, plus he was really friendly. Moreover, the tour is not just a juxtaposition of random bullshit : it makes "sense", it's a "real" story, so if you like puns and stuff like that, you'll love this. I definitely recommend this to anyone who has some spare time in the evening in London because it was totally worth the money. We went there in May so it was not too cold, and we visited stuff we wouldn't have otherwise, and sometimes the bullshit stories made it even better.
I partook of the first Bullshit London tour of 2015 with a crowd of about 30+ and had a blast! Laughter from start to finish. Definitely a 'silly' walking tour, but if you are into boring historians and prefer some sharp wit and LOTS OF BS... this is for you.
We all had a really great time, and it put us in the mood for a bunch of beers after.
As advertised: no fact, all fiction! Our guide was welcoming, enthusiastic and funny but unfortunately I have to admit to sneaking off before the end when the lack of info wore thin and ended up using google. If you're after 90 mins of fun go for it, if you want any history perhaps try elsewhere.