Date(s) - Friday, 21 June 2019
11:00 am - 12:45 pm
For many, Bloomsbury means Virginia Woolf and the rest of the Bloomsbury Set, living in squares and loving in triangles. But the area also contains a rich cast of other characters, including an 18th century social reformer, a star of radio comedy with a sad personal life, the architect of the Russian Revolution, and a leader in the post-colonial independence movement. For all this and more, we have engaged professionally qualified tour guide and Historical Research Masters student Colin Davey, and will stroll with him around this fascinating area of London.
Travel and times. We meet at 10.50 outside Russell Square tube station for an 1100 start and will finish about 1245 .
Cost . £6 each, payable in advance.
Booking. (Essential.) Please return a booking form or written application with requested details. And also enclose your cheque. Click here for a blank application form.