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London’s tucked-away attractions

Immersed in history, with secret passageways and hidden basements, our capital is home to underground bars, abandoned wildernesses and squirrelled away museums.
Purl evokes the Prohibition era



Secret Cinema arranges flms and cultural events in often abandoned locations that aren’t disclosed to guests until the day of screening, creating a sense of mystery and adventure. You could fnd yourself watching Blade Runner in a warehouse, Grease in a cemetery, or a fve-hour interactive homage to Star Wars (; tickets from £50).


Half restaurant, half dinner party, supper clubs combine the quality of the former with the informality of the latter. These underground clubs are rarely permanent but an excellent directory has been set up by Ms Marmite, a supper club host herself. Her popular themed suppers range from a historic afternoon tea at Dennis Severs’ House to a feast of edible fowers (; from £40 for three courses).

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