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Have a laugh with Radio 4's John Shuttleworth for things to do in London
Published: Friday 15th of October 2010
On November 2nd, Time Out Live presents city-dwellers as well as visitors with the opportunity to catching BBC Radio 4's John Shuttleworth live in action.
The event is set to be compered by Chortle's winner Jarred Christmas and will also feature appearances from the likes of Zoe Lyons of Mock the Week, Scott Capurro and hospital radio jockey Ivan Brackenbury.
Those looking for an action-packed getaway in London could head to the Battersea Power Station for the Relentless Freeze Festival.
The unique event will see the surrounding area of the power station transformed into a ski and snowboarding arena.
Previous festivals have seen international sports stars showing off their skills alongside homegrown enthusiasts.
Save time and money sightseeing in London with free entry to top attractions in London.
Posted by Kevin Smith
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