June 21 – we’re in #Shoreditch

Me -June 21 – Shoreditch

The Government will try to back-track, but the cat is now out of the bag. 21st June becomes the target date and though we know if we don’t hit it – we have ourselves to blame, that doesn’t stop it being a midsummer night’s dream!

And for some reason, my next door neighborhood has become the focus for June 21 speculation

#Shoreditch is trending this morning on twitter.  I am 40 years on  from the youth of  Hoxton, Dalston and Shoreditch but I get it –  I worship up there and run around it on my 60 minute lockdown lap. It is my kind of place to party.

And I  know that June 21 2020 is going to be one hell of a party in this City of ours and I’m going to make sure I am up all night to get lucky on that longest of long summer days.

Readers, let me tell you, that I am focusing already on that happy day  when Blackfriars and Farringdon and Bishopsgate and all the hoods in the City of London are going to clap their hands and rise up against the oppression of the Coronavirus. On that day we’re going to wave our vaccinated arms and sing hallelujah!

My queen will be the bitch of Shoreditch and I’ll be the fresh prince of Blackfriars! There ain’t no stopping us now – we’re on the move! Or as my young friends put it

oh yeah!

Let’s face it, there is no other date in the calendar like June 21st -is there?

There is no other place to party on June 21st like Shoreditch – is there?

About henry tapper

Founder of the Pension PlayPen,, partner of Stella, father of Olly . I am the Pension Plowman
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2 Responses to June 21 – we’re in #Shoreditch

  1. Peter Tompkins says:

    The idea of an end date – June 21 as it were – seems designed to be a problem. Yes, more than half of the population will probably have been vaccinated (I reckon I might just about make Dose 2 by then if I’m lucky). So, do we have a hell of a party and hey, the other 50% all get it ON June 21? I find the thought highly worrying.

  2. ConKeating says:

    Perhaps you should start in Pitfield Street – that does owe its name to being one of the burial pits for London’s plague dead.

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