One of the things I’ve been mostly learning this week is that the best way to get someone to try out the abseil from the Titan is to shut up. Shut up entirely and let someone else say it better.
After a brilliant chat with Rock Radio back at the end of August, we had arranged to put on an abseil like no other – our night-time rock abseil, 150ft up with classic rock blasting out and some live music
So there’s just three sleeps to go until the big day, and I properly can’t wait to see everyone’s costumes, hear the brilliantly appropriate choices of song and see the look on people’s faces when they complete their challenge. Our
Thought it would be great to put up this press release from our friends at RSA – they braved the abseil on Saturday in bright yellow workmen’s jackets (should that be workpeople’s jackets?) and it was a properly lovely day
I’ve been spending the past few weeks finding willing abseilers – my search has taken me to the sunny banks of the Clyde and beyond, and it’s great to find that so many people remember the abseils from last year.
The ground vibrated with the thump of bass. Above us, the imposing figure of the Titan Crane was suddenly lit up with rows of bright green lights underneath the jib. The sound of N-Trance, Darude and Tiesto filled the air