Rock’n’Roll Mayfair, Piccadilly & More Soho

Bond Street underground station, London (Marylebone Lane exit, by Disney Store – north side of Oxford Street)

Guided by Adam

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You must reserve your place online for this walk. Select your date and time on the table below.

Walk Times

Day Walk Type Start Time End Time
23 June 2021 Special 7 pm 9.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
28 July 2021 Special 7 pm 9.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
25 August 2021 Special 7 pm 9.30 pm Summer Reserve Online
3 October 2021 Special 2 pm 4 pm Summer Reserve Online

THE HISTORY OF ROCK & POP IN THE WEST END

On this episode of the Rock’n’Roll London Walk we will see…  The most expensive square on the English Monopoly board – Mayfair £400 – where Jimi Hendrix made his home.

The most celebrated theatre in British showbiz – The London Palladium – where the Rolling Stones made a stand against the old guard.

The most luxurious department store – Liberty’s – where David Bowie conceived his most famous look.

The most stylish street in the world of gentlemen’s style – Savile Row – where The Beatles played their final gig.

The most famous junction in the UK – Piccadilly Circus – where The Beatles launched themselves on international stardom.

With such a cast of characters, it’s all bound to end up in court – so we’ll visit the spot where Jagger, Johnny Rotten and two of The Clash were put on trial in the 60s and 70s.

The Playlist Includes…

The Beatles

David Bowie

Jimi Hendrix

The Clash

The Rolling Stones

The Small Faces

Themes:

60s Rock

70’s Glam Rock

70s Punk

60s & 70s fashion

West End History 1710’s – Present Day

Tour ends near Piccadilly Circus Tube