The Mo-bot and the London Marathon

By laura mitchell on 13 Apr 2014
Runners in the London Marathon running past the Cutty Sark, 1997

Runners in the London Marathon running past the Cutty Sark, 1997

Today, around 36,000 people will take to their trainers to battle the one and only London Marathon. One of the biggest fundraising events on the planet, this brutal 26.2 mile race-course takes in some of the capital city’s most stunning sights, from the Cutty Sark to the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge. And let’s not forget the mighty River Thames. Read the full postRead the full post

A chance for some extra training and a marathon effort!

By john joyce on 12 May 2011

In advance of our Gladiator Games in July, and following on from our last post detailing the filming of our upcoming Streetmuseum Londinium app (click here to read), we have the latest news from our gladiators in training as they took the opportunity for a little extra practice and helped out a friend who wanted to run the London Marathon dressed as a Roman Legionnaire! On the weekend of the royal wedding the gladiators from Britannia were performing at Flag Fen Bronze Age Centre in Peterborough. Following their scheduled Roman shows, and after the public had left the site, they took the […]