Up at The O2 Celebrates 10 Years With Free Sky-High Walks
Up at The O2 - the Greenwich entertainment venue's roofwalk - is turning 10 this June and to mark the occasion fellow Cancerians can try their luck at winning a sky high climb...
Since the roofwalk began in 2012, the London attraction has hosted silent discos, HIIT classes, drag queen performances, stand-up comedy, yoga and gigs.
The likes of Tinie Tempah, Anne Marie and Thirty Seconds to Mars have performed on top of the O2, which has also been the spot for more than 400 marriage proposals - only two of which were unsuccessful.
In its time, close to one million people have climbed the roofwalk, and last year Up at The O2 welcomed its oldest ever climber last year, Harry White, who scaled the 52m-high structure on his 100th birthday.
And now Up at The O2 is inviting you to celebrate its milestone day.
People born between the 21 June and 22 July can register for the chance to win a memorable 90-minute outdoor climb for two on Tuesday, June 21 - Up at the O2's birthday.
Climbers will enjoy a glass of Champagne Lanson at the summit (soft drink options also available) while they soak up stunning panoramic views of London, as well as celebratory cupcakes following their climb.
Cancerians can climb for free at 6pm, 6.15pm and 6.30 pm on the day.
Tickets are available in pairs, and only one member of your party needs to have cancer as their star sign to be eligible for the free climb.
Register your interest by Sunday June 12 at theo2.co.uk/up-at-the-o2/10th-birthday-climbs.
Successful climbers will be contacted by Wednesday June 15.
Date: Tuesday, June 21
Time: 6pm, 6.15pm & 6.30 pm
Address: The 02, Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX