Wednesday, 23 December 2015

#London in Poetry

Looking ahead… On the 2nd January at 10:45a.m (meeting at St James's Park station)  London Walks pen & Daily Constitutional Special Correspondent David will be leading his London in Poetry Walk



By way of a preview, a few poets and a few pubs. Where you find one you'll find the other: Poets & Pubs…



Shakespeare at Sadler's Wells

Once a haunt of William McGonagall 

Dylan Thomas drank here… 

… and here… 
… and most probably here. It all starts and ends with Shakespeare, this time in Soho

David adds…

Everybody on the walk will get a wonderful, substantial – and completely free – portfolio of London poems. Yes, completely free. With London Walks that word means what it says. We don't do bait-and-switch – you know, advertise something as free and then get all over people for money when they turn up to avail themselves of what's been advertised as "free."

Hope to see a few of you on Saturday, January 2nd at 10.45 am from St. James's Park Tube, the Broadway/Westminster Abbey exit.
  
The walk will end up near St. Martin in the Fields, in Trafalgar Square. Very near Charing Cross Station and Leicester Square Tube.


A London Walk costs £10 – £8 concession. To join a London Walk, simply meet your guide at the designated tube station at the appointed time. Details of all London Walks can be found at www.walks.com.









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