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Tue 28 Jun 2016
On Tuesday June 28th between 7am – 10am, our St Pancras bar on the Grand Terrace will be offering free samples of our delicious new Real Fruit & Vegetable Smoothies. Pop in to get your free sample, we have the following flavours:
Thu 16 Jun 2016 to Sun 19 Jun 2016
We're celebrating National Picnic Week here in the station, with sampling of a variety of picnic food and treats available from a number of our restaurants and eateries.*
|Thu 16||Fri 17||Sat 18||Sun 19|
|The Curious Pig||12.30–2pm||12.30–2pm||12.30–2pm|
|Le Pain Quotidien||12–1pm|
* Sampling available while stocks last
Mon 13 Jun 2016 to Sun 19 Jun 2016
Treat him on Father’s Day Weekend to a craft beer* and an Essentials for Men Service at the Jo Malone London Boutique at St Pancras International.
Saturday 18th June & Sunday 19th June.
Please call 0370 192 5961 or drop in to the Jo Malone London Boutique at St Pancras International, for further information or to book your place.
*Customers must be 18 or over
Thu 02 Jun 2016 to Sat 04 Jun 2016
On Thursday 2nd June 2016, Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, is launching a ground breaking virtual reality Android smartphone app experience, ‘A Walk Through Dementia’, at St Pancras international. This revolutionary app aims to shine a light on the lesser known symptoms of the condition as well as the challenges that people living with dementia face in everyday life.
Compatible with Google Cardboard, this pioneering and fully immersive technology will be unveiled at an exclusive three day pop-up event at the station to help raise awareness of this greatly misunderstood condition.
Voiced by Olivier Award-winning actress Dame Harriet Walter and introduced by highly acclaimed broadcaster Jon Snow, users are taken on a journey to make a cup of tea, ordinarily a simple task but not from the perspective of someone with dementia. From visiting the supermarket to travelling home and putting the kettle on, participants will experience a diverse range of symptoms, including difficulty with reading, numeracy, visual-spatial problems, coordination and disorientation.
Located in The Arcade, outside MAC
Thursday, 2nd June – Saturday, 4th June 2016
8am-7pm on Thursday and Friday
9am-5pm on Saturday