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Soak up the legendary atmosphere of Soho with Irma Kurtz as she walks you around the village she calls home. Discover some of the famous haunts of Bohemian Soho that have played host to generations of writers, artists, tarts, pimps, gangsters and philosophers. Meet some of the locals like Norman Balon and Gerry the Stitch. Soho has many secrets to reveal.
The unique history of Brick Lane is brought to life by author Tarquin Hall in this mesmerising walk down the street that has played host to over three hundred years of immigrants. From French Huguenots weaving silk in the lofts of Spitalfields to becoming the heart of Jewish London, Brick Lane has impacted millions of lives. It is now an astonishing mix of cutting edge fashion as well as the centre of the Bangladeshi community.
The bustling streets of Brixton are full of music, art, markets, poets, radicals and preachers. Alex Wheatle, the Brixton Bard, takes you on a journey around the area he first discovered in the 1970s when it was vibrating with reggae baselines and the smog of uprising was in the air. Follow him through Brixton's legendary market and round its diverse and vibrant streets.
The King's Road
The King's Road is world famous as the epicentre of Swinging London. Walk down the short stretch of road that changed the world of fashion, music, art and theatre forever. Where The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix could be found and where UK punk music was born. The King's Road stayed at the forefront of culture for over 25 years.