A Rare Chance To Go Up The BT Tower

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A Rare Chance To Go Up The BT Tower

Fancy a spin on the BT Tower's rotating bar? You can do just that on 17 June. It's part of Tim Ross's ongoing series, Man About The House, in which he hosts small audiences inside some of the world's most mouth-wateringly modern buildings.

Judging from last year's outing, it'll be an evening of Aussie anecdotes, appreciation for everyone from Bauhaus to Eames, and (slightly bizarre) music numbers, courtesy Ross's long-time compadre Kit Warhurst. Oh, and with luck, they'll switch on the rotating floor during the interval — disconcerting, especially after a couple of cab savs.

Futuro House - currently parked up near King's Cross

The 16 June date at the BT Tower has already sold out, and we expect this add-on will go swiftly too. If you're not lucky enough to score tickets — or have already done the BT Tower — catch Ross' show at another singular London venue this summer: The Rumpus Room (9 June); Folds House (11 June); Kew House (13 June); or Futuro House at Central Saint Martins (15 June).

Man About the BT Tower, 7pm, 17 June, tickets £39.50+booking.

Last Updated 18 May 2017