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Walking Tours - The History of Spitalfields

London

Spitalfields sits on the fringes of the City and has become home to numerous new Londoners. The communities that have settled have left their traces, and the walk will uncover these, revealing the dev ...
10:00 AM -
12:00 PM
12 May 2018 -
12 May 2018
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LN18311

A People's History of the East End - 20th Century

London

The East End has survived two world wars, anti-racist battles on the streets, and new developments on Docklands and across east London. The 20th century brought new migrants from Bangladesh and elsewh ...
10:00 AM -
5:00 PM
19 May 2018 -
19 May 2018
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LN18329

Walking Tours - East End's Russian Revolution

London

Vladimir Lenin was one of several Russian revolutionaries who settled temporarily in London as a political exile. From the early 1880s, the East End was also home to large numbers of Jews who fled the ...
11:00 -
13:00
28 April 2018 -
28 April 2018
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LN18304

Unbuilt London - An Architectural History That Never Was

London

London is forever being reimagined and rebuilt, and for every design that is realised in bricks and mortar (or in concrete, glass and steel), there are countless others that never make it off the arch ...
11:00 -
14:30
12 May 2018 -
12 May 2018
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LN18303

Walking Tours – Rebel Women of Poplar

London

Media stereotypes of the Suffragette movement focus on the militant ‘ladies’ of the West End, but Poplar and the areas further east, in Canning Town and West Ham, were home to a working class suffrage ...
11:00 -
13:00
16 June 2018 -
16 June 2018
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LN18305

Walking Tours - London's Victorian Railway Terminals

London

London's Victorian railway terminals were gateways to Britain and the Continent, providing travel with a touch of excitement and glamour. The luxury hotels and grand facades were the public face, but ...
11:00 -
13:00
02 June 2018 -
23 June 2018
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LN18308

Tourist London Since 1800

London

When did London become an important destination for visitors from abroad? How have the city’s landmarks changed over time? What are the best ways to avoid pickpockets? Where can you view the living sk ...
11:00 -
17:00
12 May 2018 -
12 May 2018
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LN18309

Walking Tours - London's Hilltop Villages

London

Harrow on the Hill, Wimbledon, Richmond and Blackheath are now considered part of London, but when they first developed they were villages surrounded by green space with fabulous views for miles. We ...
14:30 -
16:30
27 May 2018 -
17 June 2018
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LN18301

Rebellious London - Grassroots Movements That Shook the Capital

London

From the Chartists of the 1830s to the anti-fascists of the 1930s, ordinary people have collectively challenged the power and authority of its governing elites. Through a combination of walks and clas ...
18:30 -
20:30
08 May 2018 -
19 June 2018
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LN18306

Walking Tours - Bagels to Bhajis: The Jewish East End

London

Explore the streets and buildings in and around Brick Lane that still evoke memories of the Jewish community with its synagogues, schools and soup kitchens. Stories of other immigrant communities of t ...
18:30 -
20:30
05 July 2018 -
05 July 2018
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LN18307