Six Nights in the 60s!

Date post added: 17th November 2020

Series One of London Calling! our new blockbuster series of virtual tours tells the story of London through its music. We begin with six tours in the 1960s – The Beatles, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd & The Kinks

Tours in this series can be booked individually at £10 each OR you can book the whole series for £36 saving 40%. When you book the whole series you can also enjoy the watch back facility if you miss the live tour.

Season starts Monday 23rd November. Book here:

London Calling! A series of 6 Virtual Tours – Subscribe to the whole season for just £36

SIX virtual tours going out LIVE over two weeks – Season Membership includes access to recordings of the tours to watch at your leisure*.

London Calling! Series 1

Tour One Monday 23rd November 7pm:

Rock’n’Roll London

Tour Two Tuesday 24th November 7pm:

Bob Dylan In London

Tour Three Wednesday 25th November 7pm:

Beatles & Rolling Stones

Tour Four Monday 30th November 7pm:


Tour Five Tuesday 1st December 7pm:

The Kinks

Tour Six Wednesday 2nd December 7pm:

Pink Floyd


Wherever you are In the world, whatever the size of your group , no social distancing, no masks just great storytelling and music history from a qualified, award-winning tour guide.

Buy Season Membership for all 6 tours for just £36. Scroll down for more details.

BONUS: Season Membership also gets you a half-price ticket for the NEW Jimi Hendrix virtual tour coming up in January 2021!

Tickets for individual tours are also available at £10 each.

*Don’t worry if you miss an episode or two – with membership you can enjoy recordings of these virtual tours right up to the end of December 2020.

Book here:

Series Two coming soon – exploring London’s neighbourhoods through music and musicians – including Marylebone, Kensington, St James’s, Mayfair & Covent Garden

David Tucker

David Tucker

David – the Seigneur of this favoured realm – broods over words, breeds enthusiasms and is “unmanageable.”* He’s a balterer, literary historian, university lecturer, journalist, logophile and lifelong thanatophobe. For good measure, he’s the doyen of London guides.

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