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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
23rd March 1933 Born today: Geoffrey Leigh, CEO (Allied London Properties)
23rd March 1905 Born today: Ralph Perring, Lord Mayor (London)
23rd March 1889 The free Woolwich ferry service was launched by Sir Joseph Bazalgette.
23rd March 1861 London's 1st tramcars, designed by Mr Train of NY, begins operating
23rd March 1743 George Frideric Handel's oratorio Messiah premieres in London
23rd March 1729 Celebrated satirical painter William Hogarth married Jane Thornhill, daughter of artist Sir James Thornhill.
Lambs, Tomfoolery & Hedonism
The 'Zeppelin' - one for all those men out there.
Location: 34-35 Great Sutton St, EC1V 0DX
Description: The Slaughtered Lamb is a fine pub - simple British cuisine: Fish and Chips and Roast Beef Sarnies are the order of the day, washed down with a pint of one of the eleven draught ales and lagers on offer.
The Slaughtered Lamb also plays host to a variety of live music events and one off parties. Monday to Wednesday's 'Electroacoustic Club' sees the best of acoustic, folk and electronica, whilst Saturday night toasts the gentlemans club 'Zeppelin'.
And it's the 'Zeppelin' that may go down in London history as the sort of place your mother wouldn't want you to go...ladies are welcome but moustaches must be worn! As a men's evening, there's drinking and dancing into the small hours, all sorts of other 'chap' stuff going on, with some great DJs and tunes on offer.
Dress code is of course evening wear, collar and tie or 'military uniform'...and ladies if you fancy your chances, 'moustaches' can be purchased on the door.