New Walks

Tracing the Tudors: The real London of Wolf Hall
Sat, 24 Feb
Your guide: Mark Rowland
Description: Wolf Hall brought to life the personal and political machinations of this most turbulent period, but the Great Fire rendered physical traces of the Tudor age hard to find in today’s London. Unless, that is, you know where to look... Join me to discover the places that tell the stories behind the stories of Wolf Hall.
For parliament or the king?': Civil War Connections 'round St Paul's and Cheapside
Sun, 25 Feb
Your guide: Robin Rowles
Description: A thrilling overview of how the English Civil War impacted on the City of London, its citizens, and other stakeholders.
To Make the Punishment Fit the Crime
Sun, 25 Feb
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: Come visit sites connected with judicial punishment; hear tales of a pickpocket prostitute and a she-wolf, of domestic abuse and the trade in human corpses.
Circles, Squares and Triangles - Virginia Woolf in Bloomsbury
Tue, 27 Feb
Your guide: Stephen Benton
Description: A walk through the Bloomsbury of Virginia Woolf
A Journal of the Plague Year
Thu, 1 Mar
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: The stories of the quack doctors, brave neighbours and doom-mongers who filled London in the plague year of 1665 in Defoe's classic account
Just You Wait and See
Sat, 3 Mar
Your guide: David Charnick
Description: While the East End was facing the deprivations of the Home Front, plans were being formulated to create a brand new London. We were looking forward to blue birds over the white cliffs of Dover – just you wait and see!
Modernist Hampstead
Sun, 4 Mar
Your guide: Marilyn Greene
Description: Discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in  the 1930s such as The Sun House, 66 Frognal and the Isokon flats.
Sherlock Holmes Investigates: The Man Accused of Murdering Himself
Sun, 4 Mar
Your guide: Robin Rowles
Description: Sherlock Holmes investigates the mysterious disappearance of Mr Neville St. Claire, last seen in a vile opium den when he should have been on the 5.14 train to his wife and family. Can Sherlock Holmes crack the case...
Literary Covent Garden. Towards A New Sensibility
Mon, 5 Mar
Your guide: Sean Patterson
Description: Covent Garden Literature from the Restoration to the Napoleonic Wars. Pepys, Fielding, Austen, Gay, Voltaire, Evelyn, Steele and Lamb.
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Wed, 7 Mar
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in a dangerous bend in the Thames - Tripcock Ness, crossing land that was a secret military test sie before becoming London's own New Town
Around Tripcock Ness - The History of the Thamesmead Area
Sat, 10 Mar
Your guide: Rob Smith
Description: A walk taking in a dangerous bend in the Thames - Tripcock Ness, crossing land that was a secret military test sie before becoming London's own New Town
The Wild and Wonderful Women of Soho.
Sun, 11 Mar
Your guide: Michael Duncan
Description: Three hundred years of Soho history and the women who helped shape London's most bohemian quarter.
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