Book tickets now to witness an epic re-enactment of Roman London gladiatorial games!

www.museumoflondon.org.uk/FOBA

30 and 31 July 2011, 12-1pm and 3-4pm Guildhall Yard, off Gresham Street, London EC2V 5AE
The Museum of London presents the Gladiator Games! Step back in time to witness an epic clash of the titans in Guildhall Yard, the site of London’s only Roman amphitheatre. Hear the roar of the crowd and imagine the sand of the arena beneath your feet as fearsome gladiators dramatically reconstruct games once held in ancient Londinium. Pre-show entertainment 11am – 12pm and 2-3pm While you wait for the show to start there will be an opportunity to see Londinium brought to life with recreated street scenes featuring everyday Roman Londoners from soldiers to musicians (included in entry price). Stalls will also be available to purchase a memento of your day.
Gladiators supplied by Britannia. Please note this event aims to present a realistic portrayal of combat in the Roman amphitheatre and as such contains scenes of graphic violence and simulated bloodshed. May not be suitable for younger children.

Ticket prices Adult £15 Child £10 Concession £12

Flexible family tickets Family of 3 (at least one adult and one child) £30 Family of 4 (at least one adult and one child) £40 Family of up to 6 (at least one adult and one child) £50

Groups of 10 or more people receive 20% off full-price admission when booked in advance on 020 7001 9844. Not applicable to family tickets.

Book your tickets now at www.museumoflondon.org.uk/FOBA (booking fee applies) or call 020 7001 9844.

Festival of British Archaeology
16-31 July 2011
Join curators and archaeologists as we celebrate the Festival of British Archaeology with a special programme of Roman themed events at the Museum of London. Handle original objects, tour Roman sites and see the remains of real Roman Londoners. You can also visit the Museum’s Roman London gallery to unearth real artefacts and discover the full story of Londinium.

Visit www.museumoflondon.org.uk/FOBA for details.
Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN

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