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Jack the Ripper Tour with 'Ripper-Vision' in London
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Jack the Ripper Tour with 'Ripper-Vision' in London

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Immerse yourself in Victorian London on this one-of-a-kind Jack the Ripper experience featuring RIPPER-VISION.™ Unlike other tours, your guide uses handheld projectors to accompany spine-chilling tales of the murders committed by Jack the Ripper in the 1800s. As you explore the dimly lit back streets of Whitechapel, images of Victorian London are projected onto buildings to guarantee a highly atmospheric experience. Plus, an evening departure time means you’ll experience London at its most mysterious.  
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Fil wrote a review Mar 2019
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom1 contribution
Spent a day at the Print Club doing the beginners screen print course. The tutors who led our course had great knowledge and were able to answer more in depth questions in a way that was still understandable. Was impressed with how much we covered in one day. A real hands on experience and would thoroughly recommend it.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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blockheadLondon wrote a review Oct 2018
Dartford, United Kingdom92 contributions29 helpful votes
Went with my daughter for a Sunday screen printing workshop. A great experience and we made our own screen prints and went home with eight copies each. The process was fully hands on and paced just right for us. Staff running the workshop were very friendly and patient. This workshop represents great value for money. We would defiantly it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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John H wrote a review Oct 2017
Chichester, United Kingdom126 contributions35 helpful votes
Excellent exhibition some great work and interesting theme. A bit off the beaten track but well worth the visit so if the do more get there to see it.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Tom W wrote a review Jan 2016
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
Really great 4 hours of learning the very basics of screenprinting. BexPate's long review is spot on. Check out Print Club on youtube if you want to see what it's like.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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rose319 wrote a review Oct 2015
London, United Kingdom23 contributions25 helpful votes
I did the Deluxe Evening Beginners course earlier this month and was quite disappointed with it. I did a beginners screen printing course earlier in the year at Sonsoles Print Studio in Peckham Rye which was absolutely brilliant and unfortunately the Print Club course just didn't match up to it. I took the Print Club course as a bit of a refresher as I hadn't practised printing for some months. I had bought a print from Print Club's online shop and it has quite a trendy reputation so I thought I'd give it a go. Unfortunately it seems to think it's a bit 'too cool for school' and there was a real lack of effort and enthusiasm in the teaching here I felt. Location - Dalston Kingsland. This is a really horrible location, very dirty and feels unsafe. Course content - this course took place on 3 consecutive evenings where we spent the first evening preparing the artwork on computers and the second/third evenings preparing our screens and printing. In the course blurb they advise you to have 'working knowledge of Photoshop' but to be honest the tutor expected far more than that and was unable to give much help on Photoshop. If you go on this course I suggest you are really good at Photoshop in order to make the most of the first night. I had expected, given the course description, that we would be taught how to use Photoshop for screen printing but we were basically told to get on and play about ourselves until we got to something we were happy with - the main reason I picked this course is because I wanted more help with using Photoshop for screen printing. Unfortunately this course fell far short of teaching me that. The girl taking our course went extremely quickly and didn't repeat things - she gave us each instruction only once and showed us each part of the technique only once and then seemed to expect us to remember it. Also, there were 6 of us in the group and just one tutor which meant that she asked people she'd shown techniques to first to teach the rest of us and she just wasn't around enough to help each of us sufficiently - for 150 quid per person this wasn't really good enough. The Sonsoles course I did was limited to 4 people and 1 tutor which was definitely a better balance - it meant the tutor could give us all much more guidance individually. Because the tutor spread herself too thinly and couldn't give us each enough individual guidance, and rushed through particular parts of the technique, there were many times when at least half the class were standing around awkwardly not knowing what to do and not feeling confident enough to try things. At one point, after having exposed my screen, I came out into the workshop because there were too many other people in the darkroom/washing space and Claudia, the tutor, said sharply 'you can't be out here or it will continue exposing, won't it!'. Firstly I don't really take kindly to being 'told off' by someone I'm paying quite a lot of money to, and secondly she hadn't taken the trouble to explain that we shouldn't leave the dark room. For someone with no technical knowledge that isn't obvious. So on the value for money side, not only was there insufficient individual guidance from the tutor (and students having to teach each other parts of the technique without much confidence), we were also only allowed to make 6 prints of 2 colours each. Again, to compare to the Sonsoles course (which was £165 for 4 weeks - 1 night 7-10pm per week), we made around 20 prints of 3-4 colours). Further, whilst at Sonsoles the whole studio was given over to teaching the course, at Print Club a number of other members were still using the studio and getting in the way of the course. On the plus side, it was interesting to see how a different studio operated and to see some of the slight differences in techniques. I learnt a couple of new ways to do things but I would say I left the course far less confident and enthused than I left the Sonsoles course earlier in the year. I really think that they just haven't bothered to put enough thought or effort into the workshop and are trading off a reputation for being a bit trendy and selling nice prints. Very disappointing and I wouldn't recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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