It seems not many people have ever seen a man dressed as a dog as captured in last week's Sunday Snap. I can't promise you that such exact scenes can be witnessed all the time but if you fancy taking in some street performance I suggest you take a trip to
Well done to Rachel for getting the right answer.
We're still in Covent Garden for this week's photograph. As you can still it is a statue of a brightly coloured Paddington Bear. Over the Christmas period a series of Paddington Bears appeared across London forming a trail of over 50 bears. Each of these were designed by a different celebrity or company. Not only did they give good publicity to the recent Paddington film but when they were removed they were auctioned off in aid of the NSPCC, ChildLine and Action Medical Research. This Paddington was in front of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. The designer of this Paddington is familiar with the the Royal Opera House as it is also home to The Royal Ballet. She spent her whole career with The Royal Ballet as a principal dancer but is now probably best known as a judge on a certain Saturday night dancing competition. This week's question therefore is:
Who designed this Paddington Bear?
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