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Keats in the City

'The beauty of Poetry is that it makes every thing, every place interesting' (John Keats)

KLStart: Moorgate tube station, eastern exit -by NatWest Bank. (opp. Cafe Nero)

(Moorgate is on Northern, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines, also National Rail)

Finish: Guys Hospital, Nr London Bridge

Duration: approx. 2 hours 15mins

John Keats was known as the 'Cockney poet' and this walk explores parts of London where he lived and studied.

KLStarting at Keats birthplace in Moorgate, we will weave through the quiet City streets to Cheapside, walk to Apothecaries Hall and stroll along the river to London Bridge. We cross the River Thames to finish by the Keats memorial statue in Guys Hospital.

 

Enjoy a selection of readings from Keats's poetry and letters along the way.  Please note there is a flight of steps leading from the river up to London Bridge.

 

This walk is an ideal companion to Keats in Hampstead.

Cost £12

For dates see Calendar

For details see Eventbrite listing for Keats House

KEATS IN HAMPSTEAD

SHELLEY:THE TRUMPET OF A PROPHECY

SECRET FLEET STREET

ISLINGTON ROGUES AND RADICALS

LONDON'S RIVER

LONDON'S BURNING

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