Posted: Tue May 21, 2013 7:32 am Post subject: ZSL London Zoo invites Londoners to unleash their wild side
ZSL London Zoo invites Londoners to unleash their wild side
Released on: May 21, 2013, 7:12 am
Zoo Lates! returns for another summer, reports LondonTown.com
May 21, 2013, 7:12 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Every Friday throughout June and July ZSL London Zoo will open its door after-hours, inviting Londoners to unleash their wild side. Party 'animals' will be treated to some late-night entertainment with this .-only event. For visitors travelling from outside of London, a number of cheap London hotels near to Richmond Park can be found on LondonTown.com.
Permitted to stay up late too, the animals will be the stars of the show. With more than 750 species atLondon Zoo, visitors will be able to coo at the penguins, admire the big cats, burrow with the meerkats, get up close and personal with the monkeys, and much more. The evening will also give access to the brand new Tiger Territory, the five star £3.6 million home for the Sumatran tigers. Plus, there will be a chance to learn more about the animals with a range of talks, demonstrations and feeding opportunities.
Aside from the animals there will be much more to keep guests entertained: the aquarium will play host to improvised comedy, there will be Twisted Cabaret in the amphitheatre, a Silent Disco, a carousel, an incredibly short film festival and roving performances. Visitors can also have their faces painted and are encouraged to wear their wildest animal costumes.
Food can be found at the international street food festival, which boasts around 21 food vendors, and alcoholic beverages can be bought at a number of pop up bars, including a champagne bar and a Pimm's stall.
Read about all the best events in London for the rest of 2013 by downloading a free copy of London 2013: The Annual, LondonTown.com's pick of events, openings, anniversaries and experiences.
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