[GLLUG] London Linux/podcaster meet up – Thursday Feb 26th at the Mulberry Bush pub near Waterloo station from 6pm
joeresspodcast at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 20:58:15 UTC 2015
In celebration of Scott’s visit to the UK, we have decided to organise a
meet up. Confirmed attendees so far are Scott Newlon (mintCast), me
(mintCast/Linux Luddites), jesse (Linux Luddites) and Matthew Copperwaite
(The Dick Turpin Road Show).
The plan is to have a relaxed and informal evening of drinks and
conversation. We’ve reserved a booth with a table that should be perfect in
a really nice pub on the South Bank, a few minutes from Waterloo Station.
Everyone is welcome so please spread the word!
Directions to the Mulberry Bush:
Leave Waterloo via the original main entrance in order to head towards the
South Bank. The main entrance is found by turning left after coming
through any of the ticket barriers, and is at the far end of the concourse
beyond platform 18, on the right next to the lost luggage. Head through
the glass doors and down the stone steps, if you find yourself on a bridge
you’ve gone the wrong way, come back and look on your left for the glass
Once down the steps head to your left, cross some zebra crossings and
generally follow what is likely to be the main crowd towards the traffic
lights to cross York Road. The aim is to stroll along Sutton Walk, the
pedestrian walkway under the blue lattice bridge, towards the South Bank.
Once under the bridge continue straight towards the Royal Festival Hall and
you will shortly reach a T-junction with Belvedere road before you actually
get to the hall.
Turn right and walk along that road – this is the home straight, except
it’s the longest section of the trip! I’m afraid this part isn’t much to
look at, you’ll pass the National Theatre, IBM and ITV and just when you
think you’ve gone wrong, the Mulberry Bush will appear on your right hand
To find the booth that we have reserved, walk to the end of the bar and
look to your left.
Hopefully see you there!
Feel free to link to my blog post here:
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