Andy

Andy is the Keanu Reeves of London Walks. Aka the thinking woman’s crumpet. Aka ‘the Queen Mum’s favourite.’ In the words of the Evening Standard, ‘a class act.’ A strikingly talented young actor – and budding historian – he received rave reviews for his one-man show, George VI in Heaven. He’s good company: laid back, friendly, fun, at ease with himself and his walkers and his handsome, historic old patch. Add to the mix the fact that he’s completely in command of his material and you’ve got a great walk fronted by a very gifted young guide.

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Hidden Pubs of Old London Town
Hidden Pubs of Old London Town

Wednesday, 30 November 2022 @ 6 pm (This walk goes every Wednesday)

Cheek-by-jowl, higgledy-piggledy, quintessential London.

Disastrous London
Disastrous London

Saturday, 03 December 2022 @ 2 pm (Click here for more dates)

Fire, Plague, Bombing, Rebellion, Executions

Gruesome London, Ghostly London
Gruesome London, Ghostly London

Sunday, 04 December 2022 @ 7.30 pm (This walk goes every Sunday)

"deliciously spooky"  San Francisco Chronicle Halloween Season Special on Saturday afternoon

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour
Jack the Ripper Walking Tour

Monday, 05 December 2022 @ 7.30 pm (Click here for more dates)

“London Walks tells us why the case matters – unlike sensationalist competitors"  

Shakespeare's and Dickens' Old City
Shakespeare's and Dickens' Old City

Tuesday, 06 December 2022 @ 11 am (Click here for more dates)

A walk, a performance, a clinic in how Shakespeare's lines should be delivered                                                            

The Clerkenwell Pub Walk - Monks, Malt and Mayhem
The Clerkenwell Pub Walk - Monks, Malt and Mayhem

Thursday, 08 December 2022 @ 6.30 pm (Click here for more dates)

"radical and revolutionary past to modern media & designer present" + pubs

Matthew Shardlake's London
Matthew Shardlake's London

Wednesday, 21 December 2022 @ 2 pm (Click here for more dates)

Through Tudor London in the footsteps of C.J Sansom’s dogged, melancholy ‘hero’ Matthew Shardlake and his ‘sidekick’ Barak