London In The Sky
London In The Sky
London’s highest-flying restaurant is back for its third year of residency at The O2. Returning with all of your favourite experiences, London In The Sky is booking through until 29 August, running flights every week from Wednesday - Sunday.
Tickets start from just £79 and can be purchased through their website: londoninthesky.co.uk
Private Hire & Corporate Hospitality
At London in the Sky you can also hire out their 22-seat Sky Tables privately and create a bespoke experience tailored to you and your guests. So whether you’re planning something big for a special birthday celebration or looking to treat some clients to a day they’ll never forget, you won’t find a more exciting or memorable experience to mark the occasion!
For more information on exclusive experiences and private hire, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to know more about London in the Sky?
London in the Sky is a truly unique dining experience which takes guests 100ft into the sky to enjoy a range of fantastic food & drink experiences. From Breakfast & Brunch right the way through to Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Cocktails and spectacular Sunset Dinners, they offer something for everyone and the chance to dine in a truly spectacular setting.
So, whether you’re after an epic idea for a date night or the chance to treat friends or clients to an experience they’ll never forget, London in the Sky is sure to be the highlight of your summer, the most exciting event in your calendar for 2022 – and the best selfie you’ll ever take.
Tickets start from £79 and can be purchased through their website londoninthesky.co.uk
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