In pictures: London Dungeon incentive launch

On Friday (9 June) Merlin Events threw open the doors of the London Dungeon to launch 'Lates with More Bite: Seven Deadly Sins Edition.'

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The latest offering from the Merlin team gave event buyers a culinary journey through the dark streets of London’s past.

Guests kicked off the evening with the refreshing taste of envy before embarking on a journey where they faced the wrath of a torturer, who left them with a fiery tongue!

Heading on to Fleet Street, revellers discovered Mrs Lovett’s pie shop where she proudly presented her hearty pies. As the journey continued through London’s past they encountered a classic street seller whose aphrodisiac surprise left them lusting for more.

Then it was time for the final verdict, with guests entering the courtroom, where the judge sought to buy their affections with gold, thankfully not even the greediest people ended up in the stocks!

In the Victorian Tavern guests let gluttony take over. The barmen served up a complimentary Cockney cocktail and a classic East end hearty dish of sausage and mash to top off the experience.

 

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