London — 04 April 2012
Our underground Easter tip
Relive those holiday camp memories...but underground

Considering the forecast, to suggest an Easter Holiday Camp as something to do this weekend might make you think we’ve indulged a bit too much in the choccie eggs. But fear not – head underground to The Old Vic Tunnels, where you can relive all those childhood memories without fear of the weather interfering.

The Old Vic Tunnels Easter Holiday Camp will feature a rolling Easter meadow with deck chairs and a Pimms Bar, picnic benches and a bouncy castle.

There’ll be volleyball and badminton courts, a boating lake, a campfire for reliving those long hot summer nights, plus a games room and ping pong tables.

If you want to get squiffy on the chocolate, there’s also an Easter Egg hunt.

Music will come from the retro Tootsie Rollers, Live and UNamplified (The Book Club) and Guilty Pleasures DJ, Anna Greenwood, who has hit the wheels of steel worldwide, including for the Take That and George Michael New Years Eve parties at the O2.


April 5&6, 7pm – 1am

The Old Vic Tunnels
Leake Street entrance

Underground: Waterloo
Tickets £15 available from

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