Friends excursions: Charles Dickens walking tour
Walk the streets of Charles Dickens’ London, in a tour led by his great-great-great-granddaughter, Lucinda Hawksley.
On this special walking tour, we visit the places in which Dickens once lived and worked, as well as learning about the people and buildings that inspired his best-loved stories.
Join us as Lucinda divulges tales about the author’s family and friends, and the childhood that helped him to become such a successful social campaigner. Come on the tour to find out more about Dickens’s early career in journalism and his love-hate relationship with the city to which he is intrinsically linked.
Lucinda Hawksley is an author and broadcaster, who specialises in art and literature of the 19th century and the life of the Dickens family.
● Fully booked
Tuesday 10 April 2018
2 — 3.30pm
Meet outside Exit 2, Chancery Lane station, London
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