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you know London? Well you could get to know it a whooooole lot better thanks to a tour of the citys toilets. And no we’re not taking the piss.

Promising a unique twist on the bog-standard tourist experience, Loo Tours explores parts of the city which you never knew existed…and thought you didn’t want to. The Original Tour walks you from Waterloo to the West End exploring the history of public toilets in an hour and a half.

For those more politically-inclined, The Bloomsbury Tour will explain the role toilets have played in civil rights and social exclusion (anyone who has tried to get their fella to put the seat down can attest to the fact that the toilet can be a battleground) Or if you fancy knowing exactly where the most fancy pants (less) toilets are, head along for the Porcelain Pub Prowel!


Held at various times on the wee-k and wee-kend!