This is a sponsored article on behalf of Funzing.
Real People Show Off Their Talents Through Events With Funzing
Are you tired of frequenting the same London haunts over and over? Want to try unusual and truly authentic activities in London? Whether it’s a night out with friends or a solo adventure, often the best way to get stuck in with something new is to hook up with passionate people who really know their specialism inside out.
Whether it’s a graffiti class led by a bonafide street artist, or a Japanese banquet made by someone who still uses Grandma’s secret recipes, the personal touch makes a huge difference.
With new website Funzing, individuals can now host their own events and offer tickets to curious people looking for something special. This clever idea means that all the experiences listed on Funzing are guaranteed to be real, fun and quirky with the aim of boosting community spirit rather than just benefitting businesses.
If you’re after something off the beaten track — with events regularly held in people’s homes and lovely local venues — you’ll find loads of great ideas on Funzing. And if you have a talent (candle making? cooking? pub crawling?) then it’s a great opportunity to share it with a new, inquisitive audience and start making your passion professional.
The platform is entirely free and super-easy to use. Hosts can list their activities free of charge, while users can browse and buy tickets to their hearts content with no sneaky booking fees (rest assured, all events are vetted before appearing on the website). Whatever the host decides to charge, that’s what you’ll pay. Funzing only make money when a ticket is purchased, meaning the onus is on ensuring the best possible experiences are to hand.
Funzing also occasionally host their own exclusive events too, which you won’t be able to buy tickets for anywhere else. In a city as diverse as London, it makes sense for a platform to finally tap into the wealth of creativity and talent nestled within local communities.
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Last Updated 11 May 2015