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Rescheduled | Plus Leon Tilbrook & The Wilhelm Scream
Rescheduled to June 2022
A 90-minute climb experience you won't forget
Zip up your climb suits. Pull on your boots. Hook up your harness. Then make your way up the south face of one of the most striking buildings in London's skyline. You can head up in groups as big as 30. Leading the way will be our expert climb guides to share interesting facts from The O2's unique architecture to it's famous visitors.
At the top, you'll be standing 52 metres above the stars, with 360-degree views across the historic part of London. You can spot famous landmarks up to 13 miles away. Head up in the daytime. Climb under a sunset. Or make your way over at twilight.
Taking place every Thursday from 20 May until 17 June inclusive, those who book a 7:00pm, 7:30pm or 8:00pm climb will kick-start their weekend in style with extended time on the roof of The O2. Combined with an unforgettable outdoor climb, visitors to the ‘Thursday Lates’ will enjoy a live acoustic performance at the summit, for the perfect chilled-out evening vibe.
Up at The O2 announces reopening and kick-starts the season with new ‘Thursday Lates’Up at The O2, which re-opens to visitors on Wednesday 14 April, is bringing music to the roof of the world famous venue with the launch of their ‘Thursday Lates’ event series.
The O2 to generate power from ground breaking vertical-axis wind turbines developed by British start-up Alpha 311The O2 is continuing to lead the way with its track record of innovation and sustainability, making an agreement with Alpha 311 to become the first venue in the world to trial 10 of their ground-breaking wind turbines. Venue owner and operator AEG is committed to reducing its carbon footprint by reducing GHG emissions and exploring new ways to power the planet utilising its portfolio of global entertainment venues.
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