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Shakespeare in the City Walk



Shakespeare, the universal Genius, lived in London for many years, and wrote the world's best-known and best-loved literature right here. On this much-praised tour tread in his footsteps, visiting sites connected with him but leaving out the expensive and too well-known Globe Theatre. Lean more about both Genius and man; his work, friends, love-life etc: the triumphs and the tragedies.

Best of all your guide, Declan, who has been running this tour for 14 years, is a former professional actor (including in Shakespeare's plays) who illustrates Shakespeare's London with Shakespeare's own immortal words on the walk. Declan recently shared his Shakespeare knowledge in an interview with the BBC.

You will come away enthused and inspired...

 
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Tour Highlights

Visit the only two exact locations in London of Shakespeare houses
See the monument created from one of Shakespeare's best-known speeches
Go to the site of the Blackfriars Theatre, the lost sister theatre to the Globe
See the spot where we believe Othello, King Lear and Macbeth were written
Discover what Shakespeare was like as a man, including his complicated personal life
Visit Church locations Shakespeare knew
Hear some sublime Shakespeare speeches professionally spoken

Itinerary:

'Shakespeare in the City Walk’ takes place Fridays at 11am. The Meeting place is outside Blackfriars underground station.

Availability:

 Fri
1st April 2014 - 30th October 2014

Prices include:

Full-length guided London tour
**NB your credit card has NOT been charged and you MUST bring the necessary cash to pay your tour guide before the start of the walk.**

Travel Information (getting to and from the event):

This walk meets on the pavement just outside the only exit at Blackfriars underground station. Blackfriars is on the Circle and District lines. Look for your guide and the Shakespeare’s head walk sign outside the station.


Other restrictions:

Age Restrictions: Not Reccommended for children under 12. Child price is for children up to age 14