Here at Londonist Towers, we're getting pretty excited about our weekend aboard a boat on the Thames in September. Along with our friends at Totally Thames, we're running Londonist Afloat, kicking off with a London-themed quiz on 12 September and culminating in a weekend of lively and interactive talks about the river on 20-21 September.
If you're dithering over which talks to get a ticket for (and who could blame you?) then you're in luck. You can now buy a day pass for either Saturday or Sunday for £15 (or £12.50 concession), which gives you access to all three talks that day.
For Saturday, that's a combination of lost river wisdom, history of swimming in the Thames, and Thames oddities. If you're coming along on Sunday, expect river myths and mysteries, London docks history, and a family-friendly musical story time to finish things off. Thames-tastic. See the full programme here.
If that's not enough to tempt you down, Londonist people will be aboard the boat all day, so come and say "hi" and talk to us about the river, London, the website, or anything else you think we should know about.
Tickets for individual talks are still available at £7.50 each (or £5 concessions). All tickets and day passes are limited, and we recommend booking soon to make sure you get yours.
Tales of the Thames takes place 20-21 September as part of Totally Thames Festival. Tickets and day passes are available here.
Londonist is proud media partner to Totally Thames, which takes place throughout September 2014.