Time Out says
Worship at the altar of the pint on this Easter crucifixion-themed pub crawl in which participants dress like Jesus and visit biblically-named pubs to raise money for charity (you will be asked for a small donation). The first pub on the route is The Trinity in Borough. The basic Christ costume checklist includes a white tunic, long wig and a (felt tip) beard. Prepare to make a holy show of yourself. Find out more here.
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Been a couple of times and did not regret it! It was a lot of fun. Met new people and heard about other events. The kind of fun randomness that can only happen in London! :)
I stumbled 'pon this splendid hoo-ha some years gone by, and 'though the first 'unknown Christ' was warm' welcomed by the regulars. Since then I have brought other friends 'long also, with every one having a whale of a time.
Y' all should come too! Bring thy friends, family, household pets even!
For lo the day is good!
Have been to every last one of them. It's really taken of of recent years and I have to say what a lovely, lovely crowd. Never had a bad reaction from the public either.
Met lots of new people - made proper friends for life.
Best way to spend an Easter Sunday ever.
Done this for a few years now, and it's SO much fun! Really great crowd and a lovely atmosphere. A great and delightfully silly way to spend Easter Sunday - and all in the name of charity! Highly recommend.
One of the most hilariously enjoyable and silly ways to spend Easter Sunday - drinking and raising money for charity at the same time!
This is one of the best fancy dress pub crawls I have been to this year will be my 3rd returning year all the people I have met at this event are great fun and made me feel welcome from my very first event, give it a go.
This is disgusting and incredibly offensive to Christians. As usual this country has no problem mocking Christians as we are taught to be meek.You wouldn't dare mock some other faiths due to fear of repercussions. Please have some respect.