On Thursday 1st May, the EDF Energy London Eye will host talks that are open to the public in every one of its 32 capsules about some of the extraordinary characters who have helped shape London’s diverse and interesting history. Each talk will be given by a well-known speaker who has contributed to London’s cultural legacy. Ticket holders will take in breathtaking views of the capital and be treated to a very unique event.
Figures on topic include film legends Alfred Hitchcock and Charlie Chaplin, musical icon David Bowie and historical figures including Queen Victoria, John Keats and Thomas Becket. The talk on Hitchcock will be hosted by British cinema expert Dr Nathalie Morris, and Charlie Chaplin will be spoken about by Bryony Dixon, Curator of silent film at the BFI.
Due to popular demand, a second batch of tickets for the hotly anticipated 32 Londoners event will be released at 5.00pm today (Tuesday 15th April 2014) for all of the talks.
Tickets can be purchased from www.32londoners.com where you can also find out more information.