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by Joanna Sopylo-Firrisa (subscribe)
Writer by passion, administrator by profession. I check what life brings and turn it into writing.
Published August 2nd 2012
If you don't enjoy watching sport reports in the pub or you're bored with watching it at your own place, try Sport Café at the All Souls church at Langham Place.

Those who didn't get the tickets for the Olympics,even at the latest VIP seats sale, know, how important is to choose the right venue to enjoy watching wrestles of the world best champions. Whereas some people will enjoy the atmosphere of pub, others may not. If you think your only left opportunity is your own TV at home or at your friend's, it's time to think about another – Sport Café at All Souls Church at Langham Place in the heart of London.

Church main auditorium has been transformed into a café with tables, chairs and big 4.5 meters screen. Refreshments provided by neighbouring cafés and restaurants are served on the side. Apart from basics, like coffee, tea, sweets and snacks, you can get there Italian ice cream. Think about eating ice cream at the church – wouldn't be great? You are also welcome to bring your own food and drink but church kindly asks not to bring alcohol. Monday to Friday café opens at 12pm and on Saturdays at 9am. All days it's open till 10pm. Christian books are also available.

You can choose seats at the ground floor or upstairs. During main events not only the biggest screen is on but also side ones. There is also possibility to watch more than one discipline at a time as the church opens its basement too with 3.5 metres screen. Church invites also for watching closing ceremony. Specially Brazilians, in whose country next Olympics will take place, are expected to make a lot of noise.

As befits Olympic spirit the atmosphere is great and people who are in charge of the place are welcoming and they would love to have a small talk with you.
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Why? Unusual place to watch Olympics
Where: Langham Place, London
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