03 August 2015
The Londoner's Guide to London
Join in the fun as Gladiator Games London looks to transform Guildhall Yard into an awe inspiring, fully functioning gladiator arena where a battle will commence to celebrate the one year countdown to the 2012 Olympic Games.
Roman style games
Immerse yourself in a sensational recreation of Roman style Olympic Games at the Gladiator Games London event. Hosted by the Museum of London, these games are bound to shock as they promise to be brutally realistic whilst at the same time being informative and educational. You can expect to witness spectacular swordfights, with the gladiators in full protective armour, and while no live animals will be present there will be Roman-inspired street entertainment before the games to create a unique atmosphere.
Gladiator Games London has been created in order to celebrate the one year countdown to the 2012 Olympic Games. The Olympics are without doubt the biggest sporting event in the world. Coming to London in the summer of 2012, they promise to provide entertainment and excitement for our nation, whilst inspiring the younger generations to fulfil their sporting dreams. Gladiator games looks to start off an exciting year-long build up to the 2012 Olympics.
In Roman times Guildhall boasted the largest amphitheatre in all of Britannia. Today you can re-live this magnificent feat as a brand new 1,500 seat gladiator arena has been built specifically for Gladiator Games London. The arena will stage the events which are sure to wow fans of all ages.
Gladiator Games London takes place on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July 2011. Tickets cost £15.00 for adults and £10.00 for children and can be purchased if you contact the Museum of London box office on 020 7001 9844.
Please note that due to the scenes of simulated violence and bloodshed, this event may not be suitable for very young children.
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