Martens, Puma and The Rum Kitchen offering exciting sensory experiences such as blindfolded makeup challenges and cocktail tastings.The finale takes place on 30 July with top London music artists including Imogen Heap, Shlomo and the London Contemporary Voices performing to a blindfolded audience at Wilton’s Music Hall.“Dating like this strips down the whole process to simple communication.
Nine out of 10 people who lose their sight in youth will never work for more than six months in their lives.
‘London without Limits’ aims to raise awareness of these issues and beat the lonely reality of childhood sight loss.
But once you’ve run that gauntlet, you then have to start slaloming though the relationship break points. Now in a London culinary scene that’s obsessed with the latest gimmick (This week it’s gourmet school dinners) Dans Le Noir, which first opened in 2006, is positively archaic.
The general vibe of the three-month break point is “So we’re definitely going to try and make a proper go of this then?
By this time, you’ve probably met most of their friends, had an awkward meal with their parents where you had to explain what a Fleshlight was (possibly just me), and move them into your house (again, probably just me).
The three-month break point is particularly fragile.
From the way the hairs stood up on the back of my neck you would be forgiven for thinking I was trapped in a horror film.
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The ‘London without Limits’ festival – a season of surprising, sensory and social blindfolded events, hosted by the Royal London Society for Blind People – has been backed by many London businesses spanning the arts, retail, dining, music and the tech community.