Blackfriars Underground Station

Blackfriars Underground Station
167-179 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4V 4DF

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Before the Make-Over

Before the Make-Over Picture: the Blackfriar by Geoff Kaye In 1666, almost the entire City of London was destroyed by fire. Soon Sir Christopher Wren was giving the ruined City a serious make-over. Medieval London was lost forever. Or was it? Kings and commoners, merchants and rebels: though they are long…

Shakespeare In The City Walk

A walking tour tracing Shakespeare's life on the North bank of the River Thames, by means of plaques, busts, statues and memorials, some little known. Your guide, Declan McHugh, is a former professional actor and as well as providing first class information, he delivers a few of Shakespeare's speeches in appropriate…

Fri 20 Jan

£10 (Children £8) / 07905 746733

Fri 27 Jan

£10 (Children £8) / 07905 746733

Fri 3 Feb

£10 (Children £8) / 07905 746733

…and 72 more dates until 22 Jun 2018

Sherlock Holmes and the Red-Headed League

Sherlock Holmes and the Red-Headed League 'We travelled by Underground to Aldersgate; and a short walk took us to Saxe-Coburg Square' Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's  Sherlock Holmes  stories are an immortal pleasure. By joining your friendly guide, you can recreate the thrilling adventure of 'The Red-Headed League' on…

Tracing the Tudors: The real London of Wolf Hall

The political and personal machinations of the Tudor age were brought to life by Hilary Mantel's novels Wolf Hall and Bringing Up The Bodies and their (rightly) garlanded recent adaption by the BBC. It was certainly one of the more turbulent periods in our history. Born out of the Wars of the Roses, it was a dynasty…

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